helo how to mount pendrive on redhat 9

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helo how to mount pendrive on redhat 9

helo my sysem is running on redhat 9.
now i want to take data from redhat 9 pc to pen drive.
but when i plug it it is not detected.
can u tell me how to mount pendrive on redhat9.
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here is one link with examples, take a look at it, hopefully it will help.
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