What if Linux doesn’t recognize the U disk?

1. Insert the U disk and execute the following command:

Linux can't recognize the U disk

At this time, if you see the corresponding U disk, then the U disk has been correctly identified; if you can’t see it, then perform the next operation.

2. Then continue with the following command:

Linux can't recognize the U disk

View USB storage SCSI_ mod sd_ Whether the mod module has been added. If the above module is not found, execute “modprobe [module] to add.

3. Finally, set up the mount point, such as / MNT / USB, and execute the following command

Linux can't recognize the U disk

Some systems need to indicate the type of files to be mounted. You can execute the following commands:

Linux can't recognize the U disk

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