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Old 11-11-2005, 06:32 AM   #1
olnex
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Able to write files to MP3 player but no files written into actual device?


I am already able to mount my MP3 player to /dev/sda1 and view files, I can read files in MP3 players as well as delete them, but when I write some files to it, I CAN see the files in the /dev/sda1 folder, but after I umount it followed by unpluging it from my laptop, there's no file in the actual device, so any one knows how to make the files actually written into the device?
thanks in advance

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