Jef Spaleta wrote:
I waas investigating my problem for my CD writer. Your mention of the flash reader made me curious about what scsi device my CD-writer is supposed to be symlinked to.On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 10:57, Gerry Tool wrote:I have a Soyo USB storage device which is recognized by Phoebe 3, but don't know how to mount it.
It should show up as a scsi hardrive, methinks. /dev/sd[a,b,c,d,e...etc] akin to how yer ide hardrives are
What I'm still confused about is how multiple usb storage devices are
detected and given /dev listings. If i plugin in my flash reader first,
the my usb hardrive second... then by following the first come first
server rule...flash reader is sda and harddrive is sdb. But when I
reboot...how the hell does the logic work? What is to prevent the system
from seeing the usb hardrive first and the flash reader second? And
where do I go to be sure I know which is which? I know I can see the
devices down in /proc/scsi....but its still unclear to be how to know
which device is /dev/sda and which device is /dev/sdb by looking at the
info down in /proc/scsi.
now..if kudzu is behaving correctly it should create an fstab entry and
a mount point for you...i think. I don't understand how kudzu and
hotplug work together to handle mountpoints. I think kudzu found my
flash card reader and made the mountpoint...i keep meaning to retest
that while I'm not completely drunk.
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