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SubjectRe: Probably wrong place to ask
On Friday 19 January 2007 14:57, Gene Heskett wrote:
>Greetings all;
>
>I have a card reader plugged into a usb port. I recognizes a 512meg pny
>cf card just fine, but wwhen I plug in a 256meg Lexar cf, the led comes
>on, but there is no reaction from linux. /dev/sda is not created,
>nothing.
>
>Is this a kernel config problem, or is this particular cf known to be a
>bad bird?

Ignore me, I opened the second one I'd bought at the same time and it
worked as expected. Bad card in the blisterpack.

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