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artem k. 02-18-2010 10:01 AM

How make usb support?
 
How make usb support?
Because, when i switch usb-disc I can't understand where I can see files on it? Because the folder wasn't appeared after switching. And in /media/ all usb-folders are free.

TB0ne 02-18-2010 11:14 AM

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Originally Posted by artem k. (Post 3868230)
How make usb support?
Because, when i switch usb-disc I can't understand where I can see files on it? Because the folder wasn't appeared after switching. And in /media/ all usb-folders are free.

Write clearly, please...your question is hard to understand. And what version/distro of Linux are you using? What desktop environment? What do you mean by "make usb support", and "appeared after switching"? Switching WHAT?

You can look at what disk devices are presented by plugging in the drive, then typing "dmesg". You'll see something come up like this:
Code:

[ 9994.020668]  sdb: sdb1
The device is sdb, and the partition(s) on it are sdb1 in this case. Type in "sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media". Look in /media, and your files are there.

artem k. 02-18-2010 11:50 AM

TB0ne
Thanks, all work now...
I use Ubuntu.


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