What usb memory sticks work with STABLE and CURRENT?
par at hunter-gatherer.org
Sat Feb 4 11:01:55 PST 2006
Kevin Oberman <oberman at es.net> [2006.02.03] wrote:
> If you are getting the /dev/da* devices created, that indicates that it
> is working.
: Feb 4 19:53:05 ojibwe kernel: umass0: SanDisk Corporation Cruzer Micro, rev 2.00/0.20, addr 2
: Feb 4 19:53:06 ojibwe kernel: da0 at umass-sim0 bus 0 target 0 lun 0
: Feb 4 19:53:06 ojibwe kernel: da0: <SanDisk Cruzer Micro 0.2> Removable Direct Access SCSI-2 device
: Feb 4 19:53:06 ojibwe kernel: da0: 1.000MB/s transfers
: Feb 4 19:53:06 ojibwe kernel: da0: 488MB (1000944 512 byte sectors: 64H 32S/T 488C)
> I'm a bit suspicious of the file system. How was it created?
> I put a UFS file system on mine (or half of mine), but I don't remember
> all of the details. I think I used sysinstall to slice and label
> it. And, of course, I had to newfs it.
About the same for me. I can't recall for sure, but I *think* I made it
FAT16 in the name of universal readability.
> It comes with a FAT file system on it and on all of my newer fobs, I
> just leave it there since I'm usually writing a file to put on someone's
> Windows laptop. "mount -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /mnt"
In order to fix permissions I use "/sbin/mount_msdosfs -u pkg -m 600 -M
700 /dev/da0s1 /mnt/usb". Mostly needed by unison, which will barf,
pout, wimper, and generally missbehave without the -m & -M settings.
Par Leijonhufvud par at hunter-gatherer.org
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