+--- On Monday, September 08, 2003 17:12 --- | Todd Stephens proclaimed: | | On Monday 08 September 2003 04:05 am, Christoph Kukulies wrote: | > # mount -t msdos /dev/da0 /mnt | > msdosfs: /dev/da0: Invalid argument | | This is speaking from Linux experience, as I do not have my USB CF card | reader working under FBSD yet, but you probably need to mount a slice | and/or partition rather than the device itself. Under Linux, my card | reader was detected as /dev/hdb0, but to mount it I had to mount | /dev/hdb1, being the first partition of device hdb0. You'll probably | need to mount /dev/da0s1a or something along those lines. This is just | a guess on my part, though.
Here is an entry from my custom /etc/usbd.conf: device "Memorex ThumbDrive" product 0x9988 vendor 0x0a16 release 0x0100 class 0x0000 subclass 0x0000 protocol 0x0000 devname "umass0" attach "/sbin/mount_msdosfs -u michael -g users /dev/da0 /mnt/ThumbDrive" and as soon as I plug it in, it is automatically mounted. Do you have these options in your kernel config file? device scbus device da device pass I am successfully running this under -current, btw. Also, be sure to umount the stick manually before removing it or it could be fatal (to the kernel, not you)! -- Mike perl -e 'print unpack("u","88V]N=&%C=\"!I;F9O(&EN(&AE861E<G,*");'