Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Feb. 28 2007,23:50
|Quote (atermfan @ Feb. 28 2007,12:53)|
|Code Sample |
|usbcore: registered new driver usbfs|
usbcore: registered new driver hub
usb 2-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 2
usbcore: registered new driver hiddev
usbcore: registered new driver usbhid
drivers/usb/input/hid-core.c: v2.01:USB HID core driver
|Other than hdaX and floppy and cdrom, are there any other mount points?|
auto and sda1
Per the thread I linked about the USB1.1/2 glitch, I thought Robert addressed that issue in RC4. I think that's an issue and hat's suggestion that you make sure your port is USB2 is a good one. So, too, is the link he gave you.
|What brand of device is this?|
I highly doubt the brand matters. All brands mounts the same way. It worked in Windows, it works for Knoppix, but does not work for this distro. I do not know why, since this distro is based on Knoppix.
It can be an issue if you have a device with some proprietary filesystem or hidden "partitions" like U3; the U3 thing can be a problem if you format the device and leave the U3 pseudopartition on it. I see you have it formatted for ext2. If it once was a U3 drive and it was repartitioned without using their removal tool, can you get an "fdisk -l" for it using Knoppix or something else under which it'll mount?
Also, Knoppix is about a ~700MB ISO. DSL is 50ish. DSL-N is, what, 90- or 100-something? There's a lot more than KDE that's been removed to make DSL and DSL-N "tighter." Just because it's Knoppix-based doesn't mean it's still Knoppix. It also means that something that works in one won't necessarily work with the other. That's especially true if you're comparing recent Knoppix versions to DSL which is based on Knoppix 3.4 (iirc).
|What version of DSL are you using?|
Should behave the same way as DSL, right? DSL-N is just a 2.6 kernel plus a few more apps added to DSL.
Uh, no. DSL-N is still in testing. The RC stands for release candidate. DSL-N isn't at version 1.0 yet. Are you certain that it's not RC3 (which had a similar issue) and that your ports are USB2?
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