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Did you compile USB support into the kernel?
Is there support for USB HID??

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Linux Redhat 8 with the USB mass storage. When I plug it and format to
vfat (FAT 32), and then try to write to it, I get an 
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In case there is what command did you give for formating the USB drive?
was it something like
mkfs.vfat -F 32 -n "LUNIX" <usb device name>

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thing is that when I plug this mass storage in windows 2000 and format
it using FAT32, and then write files to it (txt file or whatever type),
these files don't appear to me when I plug the mass storage in Linux
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Is this drive hot swappable and are you removing this on the fly?

regards
Tom




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