[SOLVED] fsck & how to tell which /dev/ a drive is?
Looking in the unmodified default PCManFM-Qt 0.14.1 on Lubuntu 20.04 I can see under Devices, “32 GB Volume”. Clicking on it shows me /media/me/XXXX-XXXX (XXXX-XXXX is the UUID of the drive) It’s a 32GB SD card currently in the computer’s built-in card reader. I would like to try running fsck -a /dev/sdX on this drive because in PCManFM it shows one empty folder DCIM in which I expected to find another folder named 100MEDIA containing .avi video files, but instead there’s nothing. The card is one I’ve previously used in the same trail camera successfully a number of times, except, I have previously used Windows to view the files. The card is formatted FAT32. If I use terminal I get Code: [email protected]:~$ cd /media/me/XXXX-XXXX/ [email protected]:/media/me/XXXX-XXXX$ ls DCIM [email protected]:/media/me/XXXX-XXXX$ cd DCIM [email protected]:/media/me/XXXX-XXXX/DCIM$ ls ls: cannot access ‘100MEDIA’: Input/output error 100MEDIA [email protected]:/media/me/XXXX-XXXX/DCIM$ How would I positively identify which /dev/sdX this drive is? [EDIT] Sorry I did not google hard enough. Code: mount | grep /dev/sd mount | grep /dev/sd
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