no USB jump/flash drive support yet
Philip.R.Schaffner at NASA.gov
Fri Sep 17 19:40:39 UTC 2004
On Fri, 2004-09-17 at 14:47 -0400, Fulko.Hew at sita.aero wrote:
> "Noah Silva [Mailing list]" <nsilva-list at aoi.atari-source.com>@redhat.com
> on 09/17/2004 02:18:00 PM said:
> > The DRIVE should show up as /dev/sda, the data partition should usually
> > /dev/sda1. Unfortunately my [sony] memory stick seems not to work under
> > FC2 at least, but it doesn't cause hanging problems, it just doesn't work
> > at all.
> It may be due to the fact that FC2 added ACPI support and your machine
> has a buggy ACPI BIOS (like mine did). All my USB stuff stopped working
> when I switched to FC2.
> Go back throught the archives and look for USB and ACPI for _my_ problem
> and solution.
Memorex thumb drive worked for me ("giant floppy mode" /dev/sda or /dev/
sdb - depending...) as well as external an USB hard drive (/dev/sda1
or /dev/sdb1) on FC1, FC2, and FC3T1 (until an attempted update killed
the machine - another story), but only booting with noacpi.
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