Re: Can't mount USB pen drive
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On Thursday 26 December 2002 15:11, Lars Jensen wrote:
> I just purchased a USB 256MB pen drive. The manufacturer claims that it
> works with linux (kernel 2.4.x - I have 2.4.20). I'm having trouble
> mounting the drive, and was wondering what type of device it is.
> It doesn't seem to be /dev/sda?. My system does have USB support, and
> other USB devices work fine. Is there any way to check what the
> corresponding device is?
You need to load the usb-storage module into the kernel, then it will show
up on /dev/sda1.
Mine works fine with that.
Arne Goetje <email@example.com>
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