protocoder wrote:A more linux question. So If I want to mount drive, a camera to suck in pictures etc every time do I have to do dmesg etc to find and make mount with that device, oh yeah first creating a directory as su. Is there a easier way. Any configuration in /fstab or whatever directories. Please can you enlighten me on that please
You don't need to do that. Common linux file managers handle all of this implicitly, i.e. creation of a directory in /media, mounting and unmounting implictly and/or through a easy-to use GUI interface.
protocoder wrote:In theory yes we need to safely remove USB, 80% time when I tried to safely remove, it says busy or some stuff.
It says this because the data is not yet written to the stick. If you pull it out regardless you will at least loose part of the data. Ever seen those pictures which lack the bottom half or some color channel in that half? That's caused by pulling out a USB stick to early.
If that message appears just wait until your file manager indicates the device as unmounted. For Thunar the device is made transparent in the left pane as long as it is unmounted.