find /media/masi/FAT32/ -type f -name '._*' -delete
but I get
find: cannot delete '/media/masi/FAT32/._booklet.pdf': Read-only file system
I do not know how to work with such situations when working in ext4 but searching fat32. There are no permissions/owners in fat32. So I would like to change that all read-write all files in the memory card. However, not sure if it can be done here. It can also be a file system consistency problem but not sure. I just noticed many .dotFiles in the system, which seems to be backup files because I did not use the option described here before.
ls -la /media/masi/
drwxr-xr-x 29 masi masi 32768 1 1970 FAT32
mount -o remount, rw /media/masi/FAT32/ but I get
mount: mount point /media/masi/FAT32/ does not occur
dmesg | grep FAT32 gives blank. Command
lsblk also does not show the memory.
Profiling the memory in Nautilus of Debian 8.25 where I see the main node correctly but subnodes not; in terminal, I can however search the tree but not sure how good it is
Sorry, could not display all the contents of “handouts.noindex”: Error when getting information for file '/media/masi/FAT32/handouts.noindex/╖Yp╟@≥3.ç╜╩': Input/output error
Memory: Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 128 GB (for Macbook Air 2013-mid)
Hardware: Macbook Air 2013-mid and Dell PC i3 2013
OS: Ubuntu 16.04 and Debian 8.5