HiVal external USB 2.0 CD Rewritable drive
Panasonic DVDRAM recorder format
Hi: I stuck a DVD-RAM containing a video recording from my Panasonic DMR-E55 into my Linux box with...
On Thu, 21 Jul 2005 16:17:27 +0200, Davide Bianchi staggered into the Black Sun and said:
Allan said that he was using a Dell Labreastude of some type. A lot of older laptops didn't have built-in NICs. Fortunately, most laptops have PCMCIA slots, and almost every PCMCIA Ethernet device is supported. A PCMCIA NIC can be had for about $30-40.
Not quite. Allan said he was using Redhat 7.N. What's N? Redhat 7.0 was really buggy; 7.3 was OK but it's old. The usb-storage module will only talk to USB devices that are in its list of supported devices. That list gets bigger over time. If you have a USB device that was made a few months after the release date of the kernel that you're using, its device IDs are probably not in the usb-storage module. If that's the case, when you plug the device in, you'll see something like "device 1234:5678 not claimed by any active driver" in the output from dmesg.
Maybe. See above paragraph.
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