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Old 03-30-2006, 01:44 PM   #1
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How FC5 access a usb stick ?

Hi !

FC5 has a lot of new ways to do the things.

When I plug my usb stick on an USB port, in a few seconds nautilus pops up in my screen with the contents of my removable media. Nice.

The strange thing is there is not a mounted device for my usb stick! How this is possible ? There is an another way to acess this kind of removable media ?

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The media handling has changed a bit with FC5. There's an item in the Release Notes:


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