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Can't see files of mounted USB drive(Waldorf)

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http://crunchbang.org – I suspect your problem is with gvfs-fuse-daemon.I do not use that myself, so I do not have any experience with it.Is it possible to stop that daemon, just to test if that is the problem, thensudo apt-get install pmount pmount /dev/sdd1Post any error messages pmount might produce.This should make your device available under /media/sdd1No need to create the mountpoint /media/sdd1, pmount creates it automatically. (HowTos)