[opensuse] Re: Cannot read thumb drive, was: CD Won't Automount-

"Stephen P. Molnar" <s.molnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

On 11/24/2009 11:05 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
either /dev/sdf1 or /dev/sdg6 should be your "thumb drive" and should
appear as one of the last entries you see from "mount". I would
assume that doing an "ls -la /media/" should show a new entry that is
your intresting drive.

see what you find

Here's what I find:

What is the output of:

| fdisk -l

in a root shell when the thumb drive is attached?


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