Cant read or write to files on usb stick or move or copy them. Could you provide the dmesg output? It will help to understand your question. Answered by Eric Z Ma. If it is formated on Windows, you may need to install the ntfs-3g package to write to the usb disk.
LVM is a great tool to manage hard disks on Linux—you can abstract the hard drives away and manage logical volumes from volume groups, you can dynamically add or remove hard drives while the file systems on the logical volumes need not to backed up and recovered, and you may create many snapshots of the […]
We may drop the file system caches on Linux to free up memory for applications. Kernels 2.6.16 and newer provide a mechanism via the /proc/ to make the kernel drop the page cache and/or inode and dentry caches on command. We can use this mechanism to free up the memory. However, this is a non-destructive […]
SSH is a very convenient tool on Linux that can be used to SSH Port Forwarding on Linux, Proxy Using SSH Tunnel and others besides its basic functions (remote shell). We can also use SSH to mount a remote folder to a local directory. We can use sshfs to mount remote folder through SSH tunnel […]