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I have a Lenovo S10 netbook, which has a ExpressCard slot and install the Ubuntu 09.04, and I have a ExpressCard type SSD storage which is PCIE interface. Everytime i ...
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    How do make Lenovo S10 which install Ubuntu OS to support ExpressCard SSD hot plug


    I have a Lenovo S10 netbook, which has a ExpressCard slot and install the Ubuntu 09.04, and I have a ExpressCard type SSD storage which is PCIE interface.
    Everytime i reboot my netbook which insert the SSD ExpressCard, this storage is working properly, but not support Hot Plug. Everytime i remove the SSD ExpressCard, the Media Storage Icon of SSD still exist. So, i think the problem is hot plug?

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    I have just installed 9.04 on my Dell laptop, but I don't have a hot-plug SSD storage device. However, it may be that the HAL daemon isn't configured for this device, or it might not know how to handle it. Since it is a drive, my guess is that it would be analagous to plugging an eSata drive into a workstation, which while the OS recognizes it, it isn't automatically mounted nor dismounted when disconnected. You have to mount it, and then unmount it as necessary. I think I can change that behavior, but I haven't gotten a round tuit yet.
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