Then, it's not getting mounted.
From a commandline, as root, create a mount-point...
# mkdir /mnt/jump
Then, try mounting...
# mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/jump
If it doesn't error, then it should be mounted...
# ls /mnt/jump
# umount /mnt/jump
If that works, we can work on adding an entry to the fstab to make it easier and allow regular users to mount/unmount the drive.
<< EDIT >>
Anything in the /proc/ directory is 'vitrual'... It doesn't really exist or take up space. It's like a place for the computer to keep notes about what's happening, what it has, and what it can do.
Last edited by ranger_nemo; 01-28-2004 at 02:28 PM.