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Unable to mount an sdcard

I wanted to mount an sdcard. Upon inserting the dmesg logs gives me this: [Thu Oct 25 10:59:44 2018] sd 0:0:0:0: [sdb] 30318592 512-byte logical blocks: (15.5 GB/14.5 GiB) [Thu Oct 25 10:59:44 2018] ...
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Fedora: cp: Invalid argument while coping a file named with Chinese characters to a vfat filesystem

I want to use cp to copy a file named with Chinese characters to my fat32 usb stick. This is done using a script, so using nautilus is not a solution for me. I do not want to rename the files, too. I ...
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Difference in file system type on mount and Disk Utility

Here the type is fuseblk: $ mount /dev/sdb1 on /media/me/MY-DEVICE type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=0,group_id=0,default_permissions,allow_other,blksize=4096,uhelper=udisks2) Can see ...
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Cannot mount usb stick after putting a Yosemite bootable image on it

I was trying to put a bootable image on a USB stick so I could reinstall Mac OS Yosemite on my Macbook Pro (I am doing this all in in Linux so that's why this question is here). Once I finally ...
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Why does Unix set the executable flag for FAT file systems? [closed]

I've noticed that when I mount a FAT filesystem on Linux, all of the files have their executable permissions set. Why is this? There's almost no chance that you can or want to directly execute any ...
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FreeBSD's mount: how to get umask functionality?

In FreeBSD, similar to Linux, a FAT32 formatted external volume (da0) is mounted by root with: mount -t msdosfs /dev/da0 /media/usb But all files and directories in /media/usb/ now have the ...
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Disable atime and diratime on USB flash drive with udev

I have a USB flash drive which is used for doing backups. I've noticed that when I do the backups, the access times for files and folders are getting updated. Is there any way I can disable the ...
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VFAT FS Sync/Flush Behaviour

In order to increase the life of my VFAT flash drives, I have them set to mount as async. One of these drives sometimes deals with large data changes, and as a result, the writes that occur on umount ...
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Peristent LiveCD: Allow user to write-access to usb key

Using kubuntu liveCD in persistent mode, I'd like to allow user to write on boot usb key (to put data out of "casper" file). USB (root) is auto mounted in /cdrom kubuntu is "main" user (uid 999) Up ...
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How to finally mount FAT16 USB flash drive

I have 4GB USB flash drive stick plugged into laptop on debian 8.1. It contains one bootable partition 2GB created and formatted as FAT16 in Windows. What only I did try everything didn't. Maybe I am ...
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Repair or recover seemingly damaged partition on USB external disk

A friend brought this WD My Passport external harddrive to me to see if I could recover her files. The device is "not working" after a power outage. As per her testimony, when the device is connected ...
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FAT file-system between the MBR and first partition

I have an old 64MB USB flash-disk which seems to have MBR: root@3:~# fdisk -lu /dev/sdd Disk /dev/sdd: 64 MB, 64880640 bytes 2 heads, 54 sectors/track, 1173 cylinders, total 126720 sectors Units = ...
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FAT Mountoption allow_utime explained

I trying to figure out what the following Mountoption for (v)FAT exactly does (in Linux): allow_utime=### -- This option controls the permission check of mtime/atime. 20 - If ...
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Howto configure autofs to work with usbsticks formatted with differend filesystems

I have some USB-sticks using fat32 as filesystem and others using ext4. Now I want to configure autofs to mount the sticks automatically. To make sure that the user can write to fat32 sticks I use ...
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Linux, fat32 and etc/fstab

I mounted a FAT32 drive onto my Linux computer using the following terminal command: > sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/exampleFolderName -o dmask=000, fmask=111 I did this so I could share / edit the ...
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Mount USB (FAT) in Gentoo

Can somebody show me how to make Gentoo mount my USB? This is what I got when trying mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1, missing codepage ...