RE: memory stick slot - Vaio PCG-frv35
plug the usb stick in and take a look in /proc/bus/usb/devices, to see whether
it was recognized... if it was, putting the line given by Curt should work. I
must say that I'm experiencing problems with usb2. My machine is an acer, and
I can't get my usb2 to work, unless I remove the module ehci_hcd... but this
is another discussion, but be aware that this might happen...
>===== Original Message From Curt Howland <Howland@priss.com> =====
>I'm running a Vaio with a memory stick myself. It shows up as a USB
>device in the KDE Infocenter. Make sure that the usb_storage kernel
>module is loaded, at least.
>I thought it would show up in dmesg, but I just inserted a memory
>stick and it didn't show up. However, I have it listed in
>my /etc/fstab as:
>/dev/sda1 /mnt/stick auto noauto,users,exec 0 0
>Try that and see what happens.
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>> does anyone know what kind of device is the memory stick slot on
>> Sony Vaio PCG-FRV35? it does not seem to be neither usb nor pci; I
>> have Debian unstable installed, kernel 2.6.7; everything works fine
>> except for the memstick slot, from which I can see no sign at all.
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