Since your new to Linux you might still be confused by the term “comment out” a line or two.
Just in case you don’t know that just means remove the ## in front of any line or two that begins with:
Server = http;// …
You need at least one line like above that is not commented out.
#Server = http;//… on all of them = BAD.
Hope you get it straightened out and sorry if you already knew what they where talking about.
I think it’s a gnome thing. i’ve seen this a lot on several distros. I think the file gets done getting moved into a buffer so the bar graph says complete before a buffer empties onto the USB. Not sure, but that’s what it seems like.
For any big files that I move around I just do it via the command line any more so I know exactly when it’s all done, my cursor comes back, and I don’t even have to look at a blinking light on the stick.