Hey there, not exactly sure if this is the right board to post this on. So anyways, I was switching to crunchbang from windows 7.
I had a usb plugged in with very important files on it. I had
manually mounted it in the terminal to "/usb/". I then forgot to
unmount before I plugged it out and now when I try to mount it again
it tells me the following:
$ sudo mount /dev/sdc /usb/
[sudo] password for renko:
mount: you must specify the filesystem type
I tried it on another linux machine (Arch) with spacefm and it just gives me
Object /org/freedesktop/UDisk2/block_devices/sdb is not a mountable filesystem.
On another windows 7 machines it tells me that it needs to be formatted for me to use it.
Hopefully this is an easy fix. It wouldn't be the end of the world if I couldn't get the data back but it would sure as hell save me ALOT of time.