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    I figured this out, there was an option in the kernel that says "Probe for extra LUN devices" or something similar and it wasn't selected. It made sense that that should be set to "yes" so I did, and now I can access my sd card in my mp3 player, w00t w00t!
    http://fedora.rehat.com

    $> man woman
    $> Segmentation fault (core dumped)

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    wait, did you have to recompile the kernel every time for that?
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    I just recompiled the kernel once, because I needed to recompile it in order to have that option turned on.
    http://fedora.rehat.com

    $> man woman
    $> Segmentation fault (core dumped)

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    Sandisk SDMX1 1Gb MP3 player.


    I could mount this player using the mount command as
    mount -t msdos /dev/sda1 /media/SanDisk
    (After creating a folder in /media as SanDisk).
    I could down load my Mp3 songs into it.

    Thank you for giving a clue to look in dmesg .

    I am using FC4.

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