Why Linux does not see my USB flash drive?


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Hello!

The command sudo fdisk-l sees the drive. But it is not clear how the connected device.

How to make flash drive frustration?

Thank you!

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in your USB flash drive has no partitions, so in the file Manager it is not visible. create the partitions using, for example, gparted.
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Usually in the file Manager it shows enough of the context menu, choose "connect device" or something like that. Dwarf don't use because of the features it file Manager do not know.

From terminal to install it, but then be careful with unmounting.
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two options.
- The drive has no partitions on it (unlikely if from the store, always format in single exFAT partition)
Sticks are not connected machine
Not always a flash drive is connected with machine. Check the settings of the environment and the availability of rights to automount
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