Hello all, I'm pretty new to unix. I am a Linux system using shell only (no GUI). When I insert an USB drive, the computer detects it but how do I know where the usb drive's files are located within Linux filesystem? I know if I pop in a CD in the CD-ROM then that maps to /media directory. But what about usb drives?
This actually depends on the version and distro of Linux. But if you have one that auto-mounts cdroms under /media, normally it would also be set up to do so for USB drives. The name of the drive may be the volume's name, however, so it isn't always predictable.
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