Re: Read-only USB drive
Does anyone have an elegant solution for a read-only USB drive that
protects the files on it against *accidental* deletion or replacement?
I'm not talking about hacker-proof, just making it difficult for Those
Who Don't Follow Instructions.
Not elegant perhaps but some drives have write-protect switches:
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Read-only USB drive: From: Dan Goldstein
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