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Manually Mount a USB Drive in the Linux Terminal

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Trying to figure out how to manually mount your USB drive in Linux? Look no further. This article explains step-by-step how to manually mount a USB drive in Linux, to a mount point directory of your choice. We'll do everything directly in the terminal. So you can use this approach not only on your Linux desktop PC, but also when SSH-ed into your Linux server. We'll cover how to configure write permissions for accessing your USB drive as well.


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