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Thread: Using non-persistent BT on USB and writing

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    huhwha
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    Default Using non-persistent BT on USB and writing

    i have bt4 booting from a usb stick (non-persistent). i used unetbootin to make it. In bt3, i was able to boot from usb and then write to that same usb under /mnt/sda. now for whatever reason the system automounts the usb stick read only as /media/cdrom0.

    is there anyway i can change that and restore the old functionality? i was going to start messing with the udev rules but since im not all that familiar with it, i figured i'd ask here first.


    on a side note, there are a number of form fields on this forum (for instance the title field when posting a new thread) where the background changes from white to black when the cursor is in it. well with the black text and on a black background, it makes it a pain... im using ff.

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    huhwha
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    Default Re: Using non-persistent BT on USB and writing

    ****nudge****

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