Originally Posted by nazar
Not yet. Your kind help is solicited.
Is that a good thing, or a bad thing?
But as far as your problem, do you know what file system(s) your hard drive is formatted as? And to manually figure out the block device name that is being given to your hard drive, run the following after you plug your hard drive in:
You should see what is being assigned to your hard drive, for example /dev/sdb1, and then you can mount it with the following:
mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/temp1
Note that /mnt/temp1 is a directory manually created by you to mount your hard drive to. Also, if your hard drive is formatted as NTFS, you will need to install the ntfs-3g package from your distro's repositories in order to properly read and write to it.