- Aug 29, 2008
When you open up the terminal, type cd /media, then ls, you should see various volume names, not sure what it would be for you, perhaps sr0, or maybe the name of the disk, probably not any of the mmcblk ones, if you haven't named your sd cards. Then from there, cd to that name, and type ls from there, then if you see the directories and such, you cd to those directories and press ls, if you want to go up a directory, you type in "cd .." very basic, but should give you some idea of if the files are visible. And those same files do work if you just burn them all in the main directory of the disk? I ask because picklelauncher is set up to display only a certain subset of file extensions. One thing that just came to mind is perhaps the file extensions are in capitals, as perhaps the disk filesystems are case sensitive, as it is now, it is set to only display lowercase types, I think.Ok from terminal what do i type there to see if it will work that way.