Subject: Re: SD memory
From: Justin Dieters (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 05 2002 - 17:57:49 AKDT
It uses the usb-storage module.. should be set up and ready to go on
most modern distros, I would think.. You just need to mount it like a
floppy or other media.. (you could even go as far as setting up your
fstab, i spose, if you use it enough)
Here's the mounting instructions from OmniFlash's site...
Neil Moomey wrote:
>Has anyone had any feedback on this card reader
>http://shop.menlomart.com/omunflascarr.html and/or Secure Digital
>Memory on Red Hat? I don't understand how it can say no drivers
>required for USB. How would I mount it? The camera I'm looking at
>uses SD Memory and I want to make sure I can get it to work on Linux.
>Not much info out there on SD Memory and Linux.
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