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Old May 17th, 2005, 01:09 AM
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how to mount USB Thumb drive in Linux os

hi there

i having trouble to mount a usb thumb drive in linux os

i want to transfer some file in linux into an USB thumbdrive

so when i plug in the thumb drive nothing happen

i don't know is the Linux os detect the new hardware itself or what

and how do i mount the drive

help please
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Mount

Here is how to do it: mount /dev/usb or mount /usb if my knowledge is correct. This might change with different distrubutions. What one do you have now. As for auto-detection, if you have a graphical interface(gui: with mouse picture backgrounds,ect) then there should be a program to configure devices. It either does not "see" the device, It may not have the driver, or it may not be configured to automatically add the device. Check to see if you have tho propper drivers and look at the manual. If you do not have a manual check out the main Linux site. Email me with further questions at Tadashi@repairman.com
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Re: how to mount USB Thumb drive in Linux os

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Create a folder "USBDEVICE"
mount /dev/sda1 /USBDEVICE
This should work

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Thanks for posting this topic ..

I will try to mount my usb Later I hope it will work well..

Thank you for the info

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If you are not using latest kernel then update your kernel that type of problem doesn't occur in kernel 2.6. If you are getting this problem in this kernel then there is a command.
open terminal
type---> mount /dev/sda /media/usb
instead media use can use mnt.

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Old November 25th, 2013, 01:45 AM
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plug your usb card reader and to make sure your device was detected go to System Tools > Hardware Browser > enter root password and it will display your hardware information then go to > Hard Drives and it should be listed under /dev/sda.

open your terminal

[imdeemvp@localhost imdeemvp]$ cd /mnt/ <-as user cd yourself to the mnt folder and become root to create directory
[imdeemvp@localhost mnt]$ su
Password:
[root@localhost mnt]# mkdir usbflash <- this created a directory in the mnt folder

[root@localhost mnt]# ls /mnt/ <-this command listed all my directories the mnt folder
cdrom cdrom1 floppy usbflash

[root@localhost mnt]# mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbflash <-this is the command to mount flash card reader

[root@localhost mnt]# ls usbflash <-this listed all the info in my usb flash card and this was the output:
bootex.log dns.bmp games and keys LinuxDocs01.21.04 pc's
dns2.bmp Documents LinuxDistributions_eBay my pics programs

then i just copied this to my home folder and i was done!

[root@localhost mnt]# umount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbflash <-this unmounted my usb flash card
umount: /dev/sda1: not mounted
[root@localhost mnt]# exit
[imdeemvp@localhost mnt]$

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