On most computer systems, Linux or otherwise, when you plug a USB thumb drive in, you’re alerted that the drive exists. If the drive is already partitioned and formatted to your liking, you just need your computer to list the drive somewhere in your file manager window or on your desktop. It’s a simple requirement and one that the computer generally fulfills.
Sometimes, however, a drive isn’t set up the way you want. For those times, you need to know how to find and prepare a storage device connected to your machine.
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