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Devillion
post Jan 6 2004, 08:03 PM
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Hi, im sorry to bother you guys with a n00b question but i need to access my USB 1.1 External hard drive.
My windows OS has crashed, and i NEED to get the data off of thise drive, its extremely important, so if there is a way to access the drive without damaging the data, that would be great.

Im a real n00b, this is my first time on linux, though i am well versed in DOS and other command line OS.

EDIT- If its important, im using Libranet distro and the GNOME session.
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michaelk
post Jan 10 2004, 08:30 PM
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Never have used libranet... yet. It supports USB so I will assume that everything is configured.

With the drive plugged in you should have a /dev/sda device assuming no other SCSI drives or pen drives. I will also assume that the drive is formated as FAT32

Create a mount point (log in as root)
mkdir /mnt/disk (Or whatever you want to name the directory)
mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/disk

If you have more then one partition then you might want to see what they are,
fdisk -l /dev/sda (that is a small L)

If none of the above works then we will start troubleshooting. We will leave that to another post.
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