I do have Thunar volume management selected
But I didn’t have thunar-volman installed (is this just to access settings or is it needed for vol management?
Strangely, the HDD noises have now stopped
I will try later on next reboot with this unenabled, or even disabled
Could it be anything to do with the integrated Intel graphics card ?
Memory allocation being low and then it access the HDD when this is exceeded?
I did notice that it was being accessed as I pageupped and downed through a long Joplin note
But its stopped accessing it now,
Its definitely being accessed not just spun up, you know, that scratchy sounding disc sound
Opening up Firefox set it off
That film is pure genius
when I was in the archetypal student house, there was obviously no internet then (we did have electricity when we had enough coins for the meter tho) and we had no TV aerial, and only one VHS cassette - but it was The Holy Grail.
And then, impossibly, they made something just as good
I took out sda HDD and it booted fine
But that noise was till there
No idea what it is, it is definitely a sporadic sound like that when an HDD is read/writing (high speed clicky/clacking) its not a rotational noise, but does seem to be coming from same area as caddy
But the only disk in there now is the SSD in the caddy
the SSD is a cheap blueray ultra m8s
I cant find much info on it
this ‘brand’ seems to be only available in PT