Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Set internal hard drives unaccessible to imager Post 302591761 by traustic on Friday 20th of January 2012 12:59:39 PM
thanks corona - I'll take a look at it after lunch.

Basically I have no issue showing the hard drives to myself but I worry about people overwriting their hard drive when using a usb stick I'll distribute to them. I need to make it as dummyproof as possible.
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