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Detecting USB drive on Puppy Linux live CD

Posted on 2012-04-11
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HOw can i detect an usb drive on a puppy linux live cd so i can store there some important files from my dying hard drive?

i plug it but it doesn't detect it, what should i do, any command? my puppy linux version is the last one.
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Did you try having the USB drive already plugged in as the LiveCD is booting up and going through its detection processes?
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