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    Linux Engineer LondoJowo's Avatar
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    I have a Creative Zen Touch and it works great with SuSE 9.3 and KZenExplorer.
    Dell Precision T7400 Workstation
    Dual 3.33Ghz Xeon "Harpertown" Core
    16GB PC5300 DDR2 ECC CL5
    BFG GeForce GTX 285 OC 2GB
    X-Fi Platinum
    HP w2408 24" Monitor
    Dual Boot:openSUSE 11.2/Win 7 Ultimate

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    Linux Guru bigtomrodney's Avatar
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    The iFP series work differently to the H/iHP series. All of the files need to be added to a database when being transferred, whereas the H series manage their own databases dynamically on booting them (Explains why they take up to 25 seconds to boot). I think there is something funny about the device identification, I was never able to mount it directly as fat or usbfs.

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    if you are in luck then the driver is already compiled as a module for your distro, to find out type "modprobe usbat2" as the root user in a terminal window. there should be no output if it worked. if so then you can plug it in and type mount /dev/devicenamehere /mnt/ and you can access it under the /mnt directory

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    Creative Muvo Micro N200 (1GB) is recognized as a normal USB device.

    I just drag and drop, well... or

    mount /dev/sda1
    cp -r ~/music/* /mnt/usbflash

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