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Re: RE: redhat 7.0 usb driver



  Because USB support is not very good in redhat 7.0, you had better
upgrade your kernel to 2-4-X from the tarball source once your flash
disk cannot be recognized as a scsi device. There are dependency
problems if trying to upgrade from redhat distribution.

  Hope that helps.

Michael

> 主題 (Subject):
> redhat 7.0 usb driver
> 寄信人 (From):
> adel essafi <adel essafi laposte net>
> 日期:
> Thu, 11 Mar 2004 15:45:56 +0100
> 收信人(To):
> redhat-list redhat com
>
>
> hi list
> hwo should I do to use my flash disk on linux redhat 7.0
> when I try to mount I got this message
> the kerner cannot find /dev/sda1 as block device.
> tanks
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