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How to mount the usb storage device in solaris 5.10

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How to mount the usb storage device in solaris 5.10
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I am closing this question as i did not get any update from a very long time.
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The link provided has a completed instructions of how to mount the usb device in Solaris 10. The question was fully answered just a few hours after it listed on EE.

YogeshSLK did not ask further questions, it should be consider problem solved completely.
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You should address to YogeshSLK, not ganjos.
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I think there was a mix up of who is who. YogeshSLK was asked a question, and I (ganjos) was the help to answer the question completely.
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