How it’s turning into something recursive must explain in various articles the form of know the path to pendrive I have chosen to add this entry to serve as a reference to the procedure, avoiding having to repeat unnecessary explanations.
I include it within the category of tools for the same reason that I have commented in the previous paragraph: it is something that we will have to use multiple times and therefore it will become a tool that we must know because it will be useful to us frequently.
The “simplest” way is
- Puncture the pendrive so that the system show us where you have mounted it
- Throw from the terminal the command mount filtering (thanks to grep) for the Name given by the system when mounting it (note that in the command grep I have put the same name as the folder associated with the pendrive (DISK_IMG) seen in the previous step)
As can be seen in the example, the route Of the device it is / dev / sdb1 and has been mounted on / media / DISK_IMG.
If you don’t have many devices connected can serve you just throwr mount in the terminal and searching until you find your device 😉