Mounting the Memorex 256 "Traveldrive"
lan at falleagle.net
Tue Nov 16 11:01:27 PST 2004
On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 10:33:04AM -0800, Andrew P. Lentvorski, Jr. wrote:
> On Nov 16, 2004, at 7:57 AM, Gus Wirth wrote:
> >At 14:28 11/15/2004 -0800, Lan Barnes wrote:
> >>The kernel in question is RH 2.4.20-8. So is it time for a new kernel?
> >>Custom with some magic included? Or can I go to 2.6.X without anything
> >>else changing if I compile it with the local libs? This is a work
> >>machine, and can't be whacked around just for my lil' thumb drive.
> >Although a new kernel might work, if there is any way to return the
> >and get your money back I would. I had purchased a brand that didn't
> >so I took it back and got the SanDisk. Saved me a lot of trouble and
> >sure I didn't support some vendor that didn't support Linux.
> I second that. All of the SanDisk Cruzer(sp?) series "just work" on
> OS X, and Linux. They are the most reliable way I know of to move files
> from one to the other.
> If you got it from Fry's, make sure you give them the reason for the
> return as "claims to work with Linux but doesn't".
> Eventually Fry's drops products and companies that cause them too many
<Sigh> Maybe that's the way to go. Old saying: If two or more friends at
a party say you're drunk, no matter how good you feel, don't drive
I wonder if Fry's carries the SanDisk Cruzer? A trade-in may be in
If I don't have it working by tomorrow lunch, I'll take it back.
Lan Barnes lan at falleagle.net
Linux Guy, SCM Specialist 858-354-0616
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