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Re: Swiss Army Memory
A lot of Linux systems will automount a usb drive. I recently had to
work on a system in India that wouldn't and didn't have an internet
connection. What I finally figured out was to run (as root)
before putting the drive in and after. The usb drive was the difference
in output. The mount instructions in the link should work then. The fly
in the ointment on the system I was working on was the device name
changed if the drive was unmounted and removed then put back in without
a reboot in between. i.e. /dev/sdc1, /dev/sdd1, /dev/sde1 ...
On Mar 22, 2006, at 1:45 AM, David Talbot wrote:
> Happy birthday Tom!
> Worked with my airline friendly (no knife blade) swiss army usb memory
> stick certainly on SUSE 10 and I've probably used it on one of my
> Mandriva boxes as well.
David Dunbar <email@example.com>
Any technology distinguishable from magic, isn't advanced enough.