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© April 2005 anonymous


Author: anonymous
Date: Mon Apr 4 20:57:32 2005
Subject: Mounting USB Drive



I saw the article on mounting a CDROM on SCO Unix, would it be the same with a usb drive? I need to mount a usb drive on a Sco box.

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Mon Apr 4 22:11:50 2005: 273   TonyLawrence

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Depends on the version - prior to 5.0.6, no usb support. 5.0.6 has limited support, 7 has better.



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