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corneksnr
I am rather new to Linux.
I recently installed Redhat 9 on my machine, it works fine, no problems there.
My porblem lies with my other 2 FAT32 drives.
Linux does pick up the 2 drives in its device manager, but unlike SUSE, I cannot access these two drives.
Linux on boot time displays the error: mount point does not exist.
Now I am not sure how to create a mount point or what steps to follow to be able to access these drives.
Help will be much appreciated.
Thank you
Joey
Hi,

Check your /etc/fstab to see what mount point you have set and then simply create the directories (mkdir /some/directory)
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