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Alpha977
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Usb pen-drive mount with scsi disks

Hello to all!

I need to mount an usb pen-drive but i have scsi disk mounted on /dev/sda1,2 and 3.

Usually i mount pen-drive with:
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb

But now sda1 is occupy from scsi disks.

How i can mount it?

Thanks to all!
Points for all reply!
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Hemmetter
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Re: Usb pen-drive mount with scsi disks

Hi Alpha977

simply plug it in.
the usb-subsystem should bind it as the next free /dev/sd? device -> /dev/sdb

Have a look at "dmesg" output after plugin.

Then
# mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb
should be the trick.

rgds
HGH

Alpha977
Valued Contributor

Re: Usb pen-drive mount with scsi disks

Hello Hemmeter

I try it but nothing!

How i can "scan" where is located?

(ex /dev/sdc1 etcetc?)

Thanks
Hemmetter
Esteemed Contributor
Solution

Re: Usb pen-drive mount with scsi disks

Hi again,

What kernel do you have?
# uname -a

Do you have USB support aktivated?
# lsmod | grep -i usb

Have you loaded usb-storage module?
# modprobe usb-storage

Whats the output of
# dmesg | grep -i usb


rgds
HGH
Alpha977
Valued Contributor

Re: Usb pen-drive mount with scsi disks

Thanks!

The problem was a bad location in PCI Slot of the usb card.

Now i can see it in /dev/sdb1

Thank a lot!