this really does need to be moved off of the dev list. please forward
your previous message, including quotes, to fedora-list(a)redhat.com .
this list is only for developers. even if you don't get an immediate
response, please don't forward to the devlist.
On 9/20/05, Gary P Carr <gcarr(a)lanl.gov> wrote:
Thanks for the response Kyrre. From several other posts I gather
that is the standard response for FC3 or FC4. I am running FC2. Even
with FC2 I should be able to see messages from dmesg showing that the
system recognized the USB drive, and I should be able to mount it manually.
What I discovered on my PC (Velocity Micro) was that the USB ports in
the front of the computer did not work, I saw error messages when
running dmesg. The USB ports on the back of the computer worked, and
I was at least able to manually mount the USB drive.
At 11:55 AM 9/20/2005, you wrote:
>man, 19.09.2005 kl. 22.27 skrev Gary P Carr:
> > How do I get Fedora to recognize and read a Lexar JumpDrive?
>Is that an USB flash reader? It should be recognized automatically when
>you insert it, and when you insert some media, it should be mounted and
>pop up on your desktop.
>If not, that is a bug - please file a bug against component kernel.
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