USB-- no place to mount from
I've run into some problems during installation and need to use USB to transfer some files. Problem: no where to mount from. When I insert the usb drive, the prompt responds thus: @usb 3-5: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 4@ @usb 3-5: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice@ I don't know what this means. I can't mount from the command line, either, as I don't know which device in /dev corresponds to my usb drive. All of the sdaX correspond to partitions on the harddrive. There are no ubaX, but there are a series of items named "usbdevX.1_ep00" and "usbdevX.1_ep81", replacing X with the numbers 1 through 5. Attempting to mount these returns "not a block device." Here's what I'm using to mount: @sudo mount /dev/xxxx /mnt/usb@ /mnt/usb is a valid mount point Please help. I'm trying to move some source files over (no internet, can't download). I'll keep a close eye on this and respond back to any requests for further information (though, I just realized it's Christmas day for many people so I guess I won't expect anyone to read this for a day or so). Thanks for any help. I really would like to get 64Studio up and running.