Debian Install ALSA/Intel Issue
mariachiac at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 22:50:06 EST 2011
You'd have to see the output of dmesg
I'm not at my current machine at the moment. However, when you plugin your usb device, look at the lines dmesg displays.
You should see something like what type of device it is, it being on sdb, and then it referencing sdb1 as what to specify to mount.
then you'd just create a directory in our home directory, or your current working environment as follows
mount /dev/sdb1 drive
Then you'd be able to do the following
then you'd view the contents. to un mount simply return back to your home directory by doing
or cd ..
for the previous directory then do
This is a basic summary of what to do. I'm sorry its not therro
On Mar 8, 2011, at 12:22 PM, Liz Hare wrote:
> Hi again, and thanks for all your help.
> Would it be possible to mount a USB device? How?
> Thanks, Liz
> On 3/8/2011 11:45 AM, Christopher Brannon wrote:
>> Liz Hare<doggene at earthlink.net> writes:
>>> Do you have any ideas of how I can do this? I'm installing from CD on
>>> a system that doesn't have any OS already installed.
>> Hi Liz,
>> If you have a floppy drive and a spare floppy,
>> mount /dev/fd0 /mnt
>> amixer> /mnt/out.txt
>> Yes, those old floppy drives are still good for something! You can hear
>> the motor and know that the data is being saved.
>> I've done the same thing with USB storage devices.
>> How about your local area network? If you can somehow cajole the
>> machine into connecting to the Internet, then you can upload the data to
>> me using the nc utility. I'm fairly certain it is available on the .iso
>> you are using. I'll tell you where to upload off-list.
>> -- Chris
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