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    Can external drives still be used in Linux?


    For my movie/music collection I am planning on using external drives to make file sharing easier. Also I have an mp3 player that acts as one. Can these still be used, in Linux, particularly in the Dynebolic distro?

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    I haven't used Dynebolic, but yes it is possible to use external hard drives.
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