Mount Edison partition on Intel Edison with Ubilinux

Sometimes you need to copy files from desktop (or laptop) to your Intel Edison board. You can use the internal storage of the board. Edison should be powered. Switch should be near j16. When you connect one to Windows or Linux (Ubuntu) machine via usb (j16 or arduino) port, you can see partition (Edison). You can copy files to this disk.

After that can go to Edison’s terminal do following steps.

First, we should create the directory for mount Edison drive:

Then see the list of usb devices:
You see this text:
We have to mount /dev/mmcblk0p9. Then type:
To mount SD card with the EXT4 file system we need to know its ID:
Now reboot. And then:
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