So, I’m using my brand new HARD DRIVE CADDY SATA III in CPU.
When I mount the HDD/SSD physically in the mounting bracket, I can click on “Scan for hardware changes” in “Device Manager” of Windows 7 to detect HDD/SSD. Now, how can I do like it in Ubuntu 18.04? I mean how can I detect HDD/SSD without rebooting Ubuntu?
I have three questions that I need to type in Ubuntu’s terminal:
What command can I type to detect HDD/SSD via IDE and SATA?
What command can I type to remove plug-in with HDD/SSD via IDE or SATA?
What the best way can I change HDD/SSD physically via IDE or SATA without any problem?