# Sorry I missed come characters and some comments ...
# Make a blank mount point ...
# Mount the usb / scsi partition onto the mount point you just created ...
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb
# List the mount point to see if the files you are expecting are there ...
Hope this helps further.
[quote author=mmarkle link=board=25;threadid=9788;start=0#msg91604 date=1104532794]
a usb device under linux is considered a scsi device, so,
mount /dev/sd0 /mnt/usb
hope this is useful
[quote author=G/\weph link=board=25;threadid=9788;start=0#msg88968 date=1095628785]
How do i get Fedora to recognize the USB HDD.
DO i simply have to mount it using /etc/fstab
What will its /dev/(USB DEVICE) name be
ANy help is appreciated