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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Using USB Mass Storage Devices (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Add or remove a USB mass storage device.

Select one of the following to add a USB mass storage device:

Add a USB mass storage device.

How to Add a USB Mass Storage Device

Add a USB camera to access digital images.

How to Add a USB Camera

Remove a USB mass storage device.

How to Remove a USB Mass Storage Device

Add a non-compliant USB mass storage device.

Add a non-compliant USB mass storage device by adding an entry to scsa2usb.conf.

How to Use a Non-Complaint USB Mass Storage Device

Prepare to use a USB mass storage device.

Prepare to use a USB mass storage device.

Preparing to Use a USB Mass Storage Device

Display USB device information.

Display information about USB devices.

How to Display USB Device Information

Create a file system on a USB mass storage device.

You must create a file system on a device before you can put data on it.

How to Create a File System on a USB Mass Storage Device

Modify partitions and create a file system on a USB mass storage device.

You might need to modify existing partitions before creating file systems on a USB mass storage device.

How to Modify Partitions and Create a PCFS File System on a USB Mass Storage Device

Create a Solaris partition and modify the slices on a USB mass storage device.

You will need to create a file with slice information before using the rmformat to modify the slice information.

How to Create a Solaris Partition and Modify the Slices on a USB Mass Storage Device

Mount a USB mass storage device.

Mount a USB mass storage device.

How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device

(Optional) Disable a USB device driver.

Disable a USB device driver if you do not want USB support on your system.

How to Disable Specific USB Drivers

(Optional) Remove unused USB device links.

Remove USB device links with the devfsadm command.

How to Remove Unused USB Device Links

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