At The Linux Command Line
20 October 2006
USB flash drives are great for moving files on and off of a linux server, but how do you do it? This quick tutorial shows you how easy it is!
#1: Create a Directory
#2: Mount the USB drive
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/sda1
AUTO – MOUNT:
AND; ~ I/you need to create a ‘Auto-mount’ function in Gnome
AND-ADD; (The following line? ADD it to WHAT? – The fstab – File?)
/dev/sda1 /mnt/sda1 vfat rw,user,noauto 00
Now once you have done that, you can type, …
AND; The rest of the settings will be pulled from the fstab file.
TO UNMOUNT A DRIVE: (Not always required? ? ? )
The Episode Dedicated to Ken Thompson, Father of the Unix Operating System.
I have also posted this on ‘Lampstack’ – (http://lampstack.dynalias.net/joomla/)