Re: Which /dev/ do I use?
On 04 Jul 2002 12:58:55 +0200
Craig Main <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a USB smartmedia reader. I have the relevant usb and scsi modules
> installed. (I'm running sid)
Do you have all of the following modules loaded?
> I get the following confirmation that the device is found....
> kernel: scsi0 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage devices
> kernel: Vendor: Sandisk Model: ImageMate SDDR09 Rev: 0100
> kernel: Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 02
> kernel: WARNING: USB Mass Storage data integrity not assured
> kernel: USB Mass Storage device found at 3
> kernel: udf: registering filesystem
Looks like you have the "usb-storage" module installed, but are missing
one (or both) of the sr_mod and sd_mod.
> I am now trying to mount a card in it, but can't find the correct
> /dev/.... I have tried /dev/sr0, /dev/sd0 and a whole multitude of
> others to no avail. How can I find out what /dev/ it is registered as?
It will be listed in the dmesg output and should be one of the /dev/sd?
Jamin W. Collins
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