Using USB flash drives in Fedora Core 4 This is a very simple introduction on how to use USB flash drives in Fedora Core 4.
Fedora Core 4 provides automatic support for USB flash drives. You just insert your flash drive and you will see an image of an USB drive in your desktop.
Proceed as follows:
- Click in the red hat in the toolbar, select System Tools, and Disk Management. You will see the following image:
- The device /dev/sda1 is highlighted and you should click on Mount to mount the USB drive on the directory /media/usbdisk using the vfat filesystem format (compatible with Windows).
- you can now use the USB drive as any other directory in your machine, as show below.
- You can see the USB drive properties in Linux in the next image.
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