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Published in 2016-2-18 15:23:38 | Show all floors |Read mode
Edited by sensorlife at 2016-2-18 20:33

When I put flash card to my Orange Pi Plus 2 it cannot mount automatically ( like in Ubuntu ). How can I do it ?

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Published in 2016-4-19 21:29:46 | Show all floors
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Published in 2016-7-24 00:54:43 | Show all floors
You can use this
  1. sudo apt-get install usbmount
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It will mount all USBs under /media/usb

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Published in 2024-4-7 16:07:31 | Show all floors
Auto mount systems streamline the process of attaching devices or media to a computer automatically. While convenient, users often encounter glitches where devices fail to mount properly, leading to frustration. In such cases, seeking assistance from customer service becomes imperative. However, navigating through the labyrinth of automated responses can feel like a bug bite thing customer service. Improving customer service responsiveness and clarity of troubleshooting steps can alleviate these pains, ensuring a smoother experience for users.

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