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How do Mac people deal with USB

2020-08-20 18:45:06.208608+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

How do Mac people deal with USB sticks? I've been putting them in a Linux box and using rsync, but this can't be normal, right?

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#Comment Re: How do Mac people deal with USB made: 2020-08-21 13:16:44.579808+00 by: DaveP

Plug them in, and when there’s something I can’t get at "because Mac" unmount the stick and throw it in a drawer.

Mind, I haven’t actively been a Mac person for over a year now.

#Comment Re: How do Mac people deal with USB made: 2020-08-21 13:37:03.41805+00 by: John Anderson

I'm assuming this is a USB-C-based question, and, well, USB-A/USB-C converters are a thing. Buy yourself a dozen and leave a couple at any location you use the computer, problem solved.

#Comment Re: How do Mac people deal with USB made: 2020-08-21 19:41:17.902774+00 by: Mars Saxman

I plug them into the USB-C dock on my desk which has all the real ports in it.

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