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Re: umsdos under 2.6

On 12/12/05, Martin Lefebvre <dadexter@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well if -t vfat gives you the same error, you can try redoing the
> filesystem on the USB drive. I've seen that happen when the device is
> not properly unmounted, or if something bad happened to it (mine was
> dropped... still works, but I had to redo the FS)

Yikes! memory segfaulted there for a sec

Before you do something so "drastic", at least confirm that your
kernel has msdosfs and VFAT support by checking in /lib/modules.

Does the USB thingy work on other machines or with Windows for example?

Martin Lefebvre
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