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Old 09-02-2015, 02:33 AM   #1
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Linux tail live on a bootable flash drive and communication with the hard drive

I have tell on a flash drive and I understand that it's for security so it's probably safer for it not to be able to communicate with the hard drive on the computer but I was wondering if I wanted access to my hard drive while I was on tail how would I do it what I just need to install a driver in the through the terminal what's the name of the driver in world of the commands that I should put into the terminal
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