I want to run something like % sudo grep -i -a 'some-string' <drive device> On Linux, <drive device> would be something like /dev/sda1. How can I find the equivalent on Darwin? (In ...
I want list out whole HDD device excluding my os running device attached to my system. I did lot's of googling and fired many more commands in command line of linux. but can't gating proper output. ...
I have 2 hard disks connected to 2 sata ports. The disks are associated to /dev/sda and /dev/sdb. These hard disks are in software raid so it happens that the system can go for some time with only ...
Let's suppose you have two hard-disks: one internal (boots GNU/Linux); one external (USB). "fdisk -l" detects both, but will not tell you which is /dev/sda and which is /dev/sdb. "lsusb" will tell ...
I think my question is related to udev and/or udisks, but I am really not sure at all what's going on here. To start with, my system works more or less fine. The less part is due to the fact that, ...
I need to know what hard disks are available, including ones that aren't mounted and possibly aren't formatted. I can't find them in dmesg or /var/log/messages (too much to scroll through). I'm hoping ...