How to access a SanDisk 2gb usb flash drive...???
Jan Litwin'ski wrote:
> Larry Shields <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> *I have a Sandisk 2gb flash drive, but I can not seem to access it, to
>> use it...
>> It show's up when using 'lsusb', but how can one figure out how to
>> mount this usb flash drive so that I can use it...???
> sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt
> in this example /dev/sdb1 is your disk partition of your flassh.
> First chech it with sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdb (change it to the first available
> drive in your system)
Well as of the morning, when I booted up Ubuntu, the flash drive was in,
and on the desktop, it showed 2.0 GB media...This was the first tie that
it has shown up...
Now when I move too /media, it now shows /media/disk <- the disk never
showed up before, I now can cd to /media/disk, then do an ls it shows
everything on the flash drive...
I have even copied a few pictures to the pictures folder, so in all it
does work...Why it didn't prior is beyond me...
So thank you for responding back to my posting...
Have a great day...
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