Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: May 05 2008,14:15
Gustav: mounting usually requires two parameters, what you want to mount (/dev/sda1) and where to mount it (a directory somewhere, like /mnt/sda1).
If your stick has been recognized on boot, a dir has been created for it in /mnt, and an entry added in /etc/fstab, so you can mount it with only one parameter, and the rest are filled in from fstab.
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