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Using USB Flash Drives in Debian

DebianHELP has made a small guide how to use USB flash drives in Debian. The brief article is very detailed in the steps so that newbies don't get lost.
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Using USB Flash Drives in Debian

This brief article describes how to use a USB flash drive in Debian. It is very detailed in the steps so that newbies don't get lost. Keep in mind that the same procedure can be used for multimedia cards (CF, MMC, Memory Stick, SD, etc.) as long as they connect through a USB card reader, and also with digital still cameras that have a “storage media” mode.

USB flash drives, as well as many digital cameras, use a kernel module (driver) called “usb-storage.”…..

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