I have installed both nvme-cli and smartmontools and both work manually on internal SSD and external USB3 drives. Neither show up in disks - options - SMART data and self tests which are greyed out for both drives. Is there a way to get this to work in the disks window?
Please find the fallowing link to a topic that proposes a workaround :
That does not really answer my question. I can access SMART manually from the command line. The problem is that it is grayed for any drive in the disks screen. Somewhere there has to be a configuration for this item. A definition of what it is suppose to do. Does this item work on anyone's system?
Unfortunately, it's a bug in GNOME Disks or the underlying
udisks library. It doesn't look like much has changed.
SMART data doesn't appear for me either for my NVMe (
Nor external USB drives: