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using-usb-drives-in-linux [2017/02/03 09:46]
brysonlt [Mounting/Unmounting from KDE]
using-usb-drives-in-linux [2017/05/12 15:31] (current)
nesretep [Mount a Drive]
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   -Insert your USB drive.   -Insert your USB drive.
-  -Click on the USB icon {{kde-usb-icon.png}}.  A menu should pop up showing any USB devices Linux has detected.+  -Click on the USB icon near the time in the panel {{kde-usb-icon.png}}.  A menu should pop up showing any USB devices Linux has detected.
   -If its icon has a red square over it like this: {{usb-not-mounted.png}}, then your drive is not yet mounted.  Click the icon to mount it.   -If its icon has a red square over it like this: {{usb-not-mounted.png}}, then your drive is not yet mounted.  Click the icon to mount it.
   -Once the square is green like this: {{usb-mounted.png}}, it is now mounted and you should now be able to access your files.   -Once the square is green like this: {{usb-mounted.png}}, it is now mounted and you should now be able to access your files.
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