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iam using RHEL 6.0 on my friend machine but problem is in 64 bit rhel 6.0 doesnot support usb 3.0 . how can i able to use usb 3.0 in rhel 64 bits can anybody guide me in.. any kinds of ideas and suggestions are welcomed.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
M old machine blew up as a result of the power problems related to Sandy. So I just got a new x86_64 machine with a USB3 port. I installed Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.3 (Santiago) on it. I plugged a WD Passport drive into the USB3 socket and it did not seem to work.
It may be that release 6.3 has resolved the problems of earlier posters, so more recent readers of this thread may take heart.
Fixing it equired writing a label onto the partition to be used (and also formatting that partition (to ext4)). Then when I plugged the unit into the USB3 port, a warning box popped up complaining it did not know how to mount that. But, in fact, it did mount and another box popped up showing me the contents of the dive. It mounted the dive on /media/label.