Manually mount SD card in Linux

Before mounting the SD card, make sure you have a ‘free’ directory where you want to mount the SD card. If you do not have such a mountpoint, you should create one. For example:

mkdir ~/mymountpoint

Plug in your SD card to the SD card reader of your pc or laptop and issue the following comand:

lsblk -f

Copy the UUID (e.g., 6fcc-a123) of the device that refers to your SD card.

Now you can mount your SD card with the following command:

sudo mount -U 6fcc-a123 ~/mymountpoint

Beforce disconnecting your SD card, you should unmount it:

sudo umount ~/mymountpoint

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