"What do you do when your ISP tells you the reason your Windows
box can't connect to the network is because its network drivers got
corrupted? You download new drivers using your Linux client and use
Sneakernet to move them to Windows. USB storage devices like
M-Systems' DiskOnKey are extremely useful for ad hoc chores like
this, and I was lucky to have one on hand. But how to make Linux
mount the device as seamlessly as Windows does?
"You turn to the Web, of course, and find that someone has
solved the problem for you. In this case, 'someone' was Konstantin
Riabitsev of Duke University.. In a posting last summer to a Red
Hat mailing list, Riabitsev shared a shell script that made my life
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