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Old 11-15-2004, 05:01 PM   #1
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Best-Buy dual drive USB

Hi all,

I am running an PII/266 Slack 10 box (Kernel 2.4.26) and I would like to mount an USB dual drive (flash+SD Mermory card): two in one, an internal 64Mb flash and an slot for inserting SD cards.

When I plug in the device the Kernel only seems to recognize the internal flash, which I can mount under /dev/sda1 as a VFAT filesystem. I have looked up in the /var/log/messages to see if there was anything else, but the SD card does not exist ....

Any hint?

thanks in advance.



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