usb-storage detection utility
eloihr2 at eresmas.com
Mon Dec 29 15:40:08 GMT 2003
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On Monday 29 December 2003 12:52, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Monday 29 December 2003 12:31, Alexandre Aractingi wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > When I plug my USB camera to my PC, KDE creates a desktop shortcut for
> > me pointing to /mnt/camera and everything goes well.
> > If I unmount / remount it, it doesn't get detected, but if I log off KDE
> > and log in again, the camera gets detected again... what does KDE do
> > upon startup that forces the detection? I'm using Mandrake 9.2...
> I think that is not a KDE program/feature but some extension done my
> Mandrake. Maybe supermount or something like that.
Mmm... Maybe an usb-storage bug/feature? I have the same "problem" with my
card reader under SuSE. Maybe the next time you plug the camera in the same
session it will be located in the next scsi device available in your system.
It works fine for me. Thus, the first time I mount a card it is in sdb1 (sda1
is my CD writer), but the next time I remount that (or another) card it is in
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