Re: M$ USB-key
On Saturday 04 December 2004 12:33, Yevgen Reznichenko wrote:
> David Purton wrote:
> > On Sat, Dec 04, 2004 at 11:53:07AM +0100, Yevgen Reznichenko wrote:
> >>I have again troubles to run M$ mess on my linux machine (sid, 2.4.27,
> >>2.6.9), but now it is software it is hardware. I got an USB-Memory-stick
> Sorry, I forgot "not" in this sentence. The right version is "..., but
> now it is not software it is hardware"
> > Are you sure sda1 is the right device?
> All other USB keys and digital cameras I mount succesful on this device
> > For some reason, my key uses /dev/sda
> > try
> > mount -t auto /dev/sda /mnt
> > and see if that works
> Unfortunately not!
Look in /proc/partitions when the stick is inserted, and see what partitions
the kernel thinks are there. I have also met devices which were partitioned
as logical partitions, so the first one was /dev/sda4.
However it would also be worth investigating the hotplug error code.