[K12OSN] USB Drive Info

Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Thu Dec 2 21:57:02 UTC 2004

that solves absolutely nothing if you are trying to transfer information 
from one USB jumpdrive to another...


Doug Simpson wrote:

>A way around it is to just hit reset after you logout. . . then you get a 
>clean boot every time and everyone is happy. . .
>Get in the habit. . .
>Doug Simpson
>Technology Specialist
>DeQueen Public Schools
>DeQueen, AR 71832
>simpsond at leopards.k12.ar.us
>Tux for President!
>On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Shawn Powers wrote:
>>Just a note, as I put the USB Keydrives into widespread use here -- you 
>>can not use more than 1 keydrive type in a thin client during the same 
>>"boot" of the thin client.  This took me a bit to figure out, but it 
>>does make sense.
>>The first unit inserted is created as /dev/sda1, the second as /dev/sdb1 
>>(I'm guessing), etc -- so only the first one works.
>>Is there anyway to work around this?  Anyone have any ideas?  This will 
>>be a real issue in our lab environment...
>>Anyway, just thought I'd mention it, and look for insight.
>>Shawn Powers
>>Technology Director
>>Inland Lakes Schools
>>PHN: 231-238-6868 x9174
>>FAX: 509-356-7024
>>spowers at inlandlakes.org
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