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Mounting a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian [closed]

How do I mount a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian? The USB Stick is working on other computers. I have used dmesg which returned useful information about the USB Stick. It is attached to /dev/sdc. ...
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1answer
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strange usb file system corruption

We have a few X7DBT Supermicro motherboards that is using a Kingston DataTraveler 102 USB Flash Drive as a boot drive. The customer had 10 systems and they say that the site had a power failure. Once ...
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How to share USB drive via NFS on FreeBSD

I'm trying to share USB hard drive with msdosfs connected like this: mount_msdosfs -o large /dev/da1s1 /mnt/usb I can see mounted drive: /dev/da1s1 on /mnt/usb (msdosfs, local) but when I'm ...
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4answers
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optimal folder structure for storing 100k files on a USB drive

I need to store 100k files (around 40GB) in a USB drive. Each file has a unique int id (e.g 45000). Option one is to put all files in a single folder: root/ root/1.pdf root/2.pdf root/3.pdf ... ...
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3answers
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Is it possible to make a USB port provide access to a file system?

This is a weird one. Allow me to clarify, I have a Debian Linux file server - and I need to access some files from it. Usually, I would just use a network for this (wifi, ethernet, etc) but ...
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6answers
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Which file system to use for portable hard drive shared among different operating systems?

Something similar has been asked already but my criteria is a little different. I need to share a portable hard drive (USB/Firewire) between Mac OSX, Linux and Windows XP systems where the files being ...
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Best file system for external (USB) hard drives/USB memory media

Almost all external USB hard drive and USB memory media/sticks come today preformatted with FAT32. As far as I know the only advantage of the file system is the compatibility among OSes and devices. ...