Getting your Maxtor OneTouch External USB Hard Drive

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Getting your Maxtor OneTouch External USB Hard Drive

Getting your Maxtor OneTouch External USB Hard Drive to work on SuSe
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  • Category: Linux/Basic Concepts

  • Submitted on: 2008-04-25 12:45:47

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Step 1

* Boot into SuSe. Load a terminal session.

Step 2

* Power on your Maxtor OneTouch and plug in the USB into the back of your computer. Your computer should recognize your new External Hard Drive and might become a little sluggish as it loads the "Auto Mount Window" in SuSe.

Step 3

* type "dmesg | grep Maxtor" and you should see:    More detail...

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