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SubjectRe: [Linux-usb-users] Re: Problems accessing USB Mass Storage
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On Tue, 2002-09-17 at 22:40, Thomas Dodd wrote:

> Sector 96 is a little odd. 50 1K blocks
> should be sector 99. (counting starts at zero)
>
> I wonder why 96 is accessed...
>
> This is really starting to look like it's
> *NOT* really a Mass Storage Class device,
> just claiming to be. (black list time?)

Now how did I know you were going to say that :-)
>
> I noticed the windows driver setup several
> other interfaces, like audio and VfW (video).

It can do streaming Audio/Video

> Best sugestion for now is buy 1) a memory card,
> 2) a card reader that works there are several.

I have a 16mb Stmart Media Card included with the pack.

Can you possibly suggest any card readers that *will* work on Linux =>
2.4.18 (ie use a specific type, usb, serial) and do they have to be
compatible with specific memory cards?

Sorry to sound vague, but I've never used one before.

Just fishing :-)..I do a google...

And if so any chance of a few quick links on getting the memory card
readers to work?
(don't worry too much about that, I just figured if you know any that
were maybe bookmarked)

> It probably doesn't use the internal memory if a card
> is loaded, but you'd have to read the manul/test to
> find out. 8M isn't much room for pics at 1280x1024
> any way :)

True :-)


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