How do I get df to work on jump drive?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Sun Mar 22 04:16:27 UTC 2009
Knute Johnson wrote:
>> I think Matthew's point was that it doesn't appear to be from the output
>> you showed us, even though you told us it was. Are you sure it's mounted,
>> can you navigate to it and read files? What is the output of the command,
> But I was wrong. It was mounted at one point but not any more. Is
> there a simple way to confirm that a jump drive is mounted?
Yes, run df (or mount). :) My preferred variant is df -Th.
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