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  1. #11

    atreyu, thanks for now.
    I'll make some tests and post here if it works.

  2. #12

    I found the solution for my problem.
    ls /dev/sd[b-z][1] |head -n1
    I'm sorry, I have not explained what I needed right.

    btw, that link about writting udev rules is very interesting. I'll make some rules for my devices at home.

    Thanks for the help, atreyu.

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