I used the command
lsblk and the system recognized my pendrive as
The problem is that I can't read or write to it.
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You need to
mount your usb in order to read and write data.
mkdir -p /media/$USER/usb mount /dev/sdb1/ /media/$USER/usb
"Mounting" means "make a filesystem visible somewhere below