On Thu, 2004-07-29 at 14:21, Michael Madden wrote: > Has anyone has any success using USB memory > sticks on Debian 3.0? I am using kernel > 2.4.26 with the following needed options > compiled into my kernel, but I cannot see my > memory stick. > I've also loaded the usb-storage module > and mounted the USB filesystem: > mount -t usbfs none /proc/bus/usb > > I have two zero byte files (devices and drivers) in > /proc/bus/usb, but I don't have any > usb-storage files in /proc/scsi. > > Is this a sign my device isn't supported? Am I > doing something wrong? If I take this memory > stick to a Windows 2000 box, it detects it as > a 'USB NAND FLASH DISK USB Device'. > What does 'cat /proc/bus/usb/devices' return? I use a memory stick on my box... Linux debiantosh 2.4.22-ben2 #1 Sun Dec 28 15:18:36 PST 2003 ppc GNU/Linux What type of reader are you using? The memory stick is generic, it's the reader that needs to be recognized.
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