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The above answer by @klanomath is absolutely correct. I tried to add this as a comment, but the markdown code parsing didn't like it. The following bash command lists the external drives you currently have mounted. mount | egrep `diskutil list | grep external | awk '{print $1}' | tr '\n' '|' | sed -e 's/|$//' | sed -e 's#|#\\|#'` | awk '{print $1 " -> ...


All volumes on internal or external hard disks/thumb drives/DVDs etc. are mounted to the directory /Volumes by default. The boot volume itself is linked as a soft link here. Example: user$ cd /Volumes/ ... dr-xr-xr-x 2 user admin - 12936 23 Nov 16:45 Audio-CD drwxrwx--- 14 user admin - 544 27 Okt 09:43 ExternalDrive lrwxr-xr-x 1 ...


This works: mv will-not-open/* move/ rm -rf will-not-open/


In the "Go" Menu in Finder there is a "Go to Folder..." menu item. Alternatively you can use the shortcut: Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ G You can Open a new Finder window Use either of those commands Type the path in the dialog that appears


'All My Files" is just a Smart folder (& frankly, imho, a useless one ;-) Your files should be right where you left them in the hierarchy - right click one & 'Show in Enclosing Folder' to see where it really is. The default behaviour is that new Finder windows show "All My Files" But you can easily change this to open anywhere you like. Go to ...

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