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    usb key

    my usb key is seen but the computer but although it should support fat files systems slackware mounts with a linux key fs i can't remove the fat fs cos of the other computers i use (collage). what do i have to do to get it to work?

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    How are you mounting the usb key?

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    Try posting in English and i will try to help you :S

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    Thats a very odd key to have a FAT and a linux partion on it. The most likely case scenario is that Slackware mounted your USB as a FAT partition. Linux is compatible with FAT partitions so it can read and write to it.

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