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Hi guys, how to find a drive letter in linux (Red Hat)? I inserted a thumb drive but i don't know how to check which drive letter is assigned to it.

Sorry so noob in linux. Please help. Thanks.

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There is no drive letter in Linux unlike like Window. All you can see is the label and volume. When you plug in your thumb drive the icon will appear on the desktop and your home folder. I too is a newbie and are trying to get use to it.

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after googling i found a way to do it:
first: create a folder like mkdir /media/usb
then type: fdisk -l to check which device the thumbdrive is installed in
then mount the drive use: mnt /dev/sdb1 /media/usb
that's it can broswe to /media/usb

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