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mount a USB flash disk

I use Sun Solaris 10 under a x86 computer, and I want to mount a USB flash disk.


any idea?


thanks

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wesly_chenCommented:
1. Check the Solaris 10 HCL
http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/hcl/data/sol/components/views/external_storage_all_results.page1.html

2. From Java Desktop System (JDS), boot up, log in, plug the flashdrive in, your system would beep,
right-click on the desktop, and choose Disks > sda1. To unmount, I'd choose Disks > sda1 to "uncheck" the box.
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