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I have checked and my my Atache' pen drive does mount, I know this because I opend a terminal and typed in usbview with my pendrive connected, and it got all the information about the pendrive, how can I view the contents of my pen drive...I am running on FC1
right click the desktop, click 'create new' -> hard disk ->device tab
from the drop down box pick
this will put an access icon on your desktop, just like a cd or floppy. plug in the usb memory stick and double click the icon to mount it.
Last edited by globeTrotter; 09-10-2004 at 06:37 PM.
after using globeTrotter suggestion I got the usb pendrive mounted and I can view the contets, but I can only mount and unmount as root, can I just add my username after user? so that my username can mount and unmount the drive?