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I just recently got an USB enclosure for an extra hdd I had in my machine, but I am having problems with accessing, or even detecting the drive. I am ...
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    USB Linux-formatted HDD


    I just recently got an USB enclosure for an extra hdd I had in my machine, but I am having problems with accessing, or even detecting the drive. I am not very knowlegable when it comes to these sort of thing, but I imagine it is a pretty simple fix. I believe the drive is formatted as reiserfs? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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    check the output of 'fdisk -l' command. is it showing extra disk (sda)? use mount command to mount it.





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