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If the media contains a file system and a label, the media label name is used to name the /media/pathname mount point. If a label is not present, the disk model name is used to name the media, such as /media/cdrom. A generic nickname is used only for legacy symbolic links. For example, /rmdisk/rmdisk0.
If your system has more than one type of removable device, see the following table for their access points.
Table 1-2 How to Access Data on Removable Media
You can use the rmmount -l command to identify mounted media on your system. For example:
# rmmount -l /dev/dsk/c5t0d0p0 rmdisk6,/media/FD-05PUB /dev/dsk/c4t0d3p0 rmdisk5,/media/223UHS-SD-MMC /dev/dsk/c2t0d0s2 cdrom1,cd1,sr1,SOL_11_X86,/media/SOL_11_X86 /dev/dsk/c3t0d0p0 rmdisk2,/media/00JB-00CRA0
In the above output, the mounted devices are as follows:
CF card in a USB card reader
Removable USB disk