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SubjectRe: Problem with memstick for Sony DSC-P9
Patrick Börjesson wrote:

> I've got a Sony DSC-P9 digital camera and when trying to use Sony's own
> memstick I can't mount it over USB. When using a Lexar memstick there's
> no problem at all. The error-message I get from mount when trying to
> mount the Sony stick is:
> mount: you must specify the filesystem type
> And when specifying vfat that the Lexar memstick uses I get a wrong
> fs-type error instead.
> Anyone know which filesystem I should use or is it a lost cause getting
> the Sony memstick working?

You might try asking on one of the linux-usb lists:

What device name are you using? I vaguely recall a recent discussion
about using the whole device (e.g. sda) vs. specific partitions (sda1,


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