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SD Card Reader

I have an Eee PC900A with LINUX and I can't figure out how to access the SD reader card. Anybody know how to do that?
Also is there a file management utility?

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If you insert a card, it automatically shows a window where you can choose to open the disk using the fila manager.
In Linux, removable media usually is found in:
/media/disk
or under the
/mnt
directory.

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