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Old 01-08-2005, 11:16 AM   #1
d1l2w3
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voice recorder


Sys is 1.2g hz, 512m ram, 160g hda, 120g hdb
Dual boot with MDK 10.1 and W98.

Trying to install a USB voice recorder.
Does it need listed in /etc/fstab?
If so, how since it's USB?

I have other USB issuses such as:
Epson C82 USB printer that may or may not work. after boot up.
A webcam that does not work.
'sane-find-scanner' finds the printer, webcam and voice recorder.
'dmesg' looks like crap.
tried some commmands from another post but they make no sense to me.
I started to post 'dmesg, /etc/fstab and sane-find-scanner' but decided to wait and see what some of you ask to see.

I am wondering if it might be best to reinstall MDK.

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