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Transfering files from flashdrive(sandisk ipod) to laptop

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I am having my songs on sandisk ipod connected by USB drive. My laptop has ubuntu as operating system. I am not knowing how to transfer the files to my laptop from sandisk. In windows I used to see it as E drive which I could open and copy and paste it to my local drive.
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SanDisk OR iPod ?
Ubuntu or Kubuntu?
Live or Installed?
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from sansa  to laptop with ubuntu software. It could recognise a flash drive. But it is not recognizing this sansa mp3 player
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Sansa is not USB Mass Storage device. iPod is.
Sansa is so new on the market nobody writes drivers for it.
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