On Thu, Jan 09, 2003 at 08:56:19AM -0600, Mike Meyer wrote:
> In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Robin Damm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> typed:
> > On Thu, Jan 09, 2003 at 01:13:24PM +1100, David Gerard wrote:
> > > This is probably really simple, but I couldn't see it in the handbook ...
> > > I've plugged a umass device (a camera) into a USB port. What do I do now to
> > > get access to the data?
> > I have no usb toys myself, but I gather it should be as easy as
> > "mount -t msdos /dev/$foo /mnt/$bar". Then access the camera as a
> > regular filesystem. Grep dmesg or syslog for "umass" to find out the
> > device name. 
> It's probably da0s1. Even if you have real SCSI devices, it tends to
> be da0 until you tweak the kernel to reorder them so you can boot :-(.

I'm 'lucky' I only use my CF reader with ATA devices then... My long term
goal was to use SCSI disks in my home desktop, so thanks for the headsup
when I'm able to do that...

I think this bug should be fixed, but I'm guessing it will be kind of hard
to devise a 'device probe order', or is this already in the kernel?


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