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Hi all, I am using Red hat Linux 9.0. I have Kingston Data Traveler 256MB Flash Drive. I want use Kingston Data Traveler 256MB Flash Drive on Red hat linux ...
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    How can i use Kingston Data Traveler Flash Drive on Red Hat Linux9.0


    Hi all,

    I am using Red hat Linux 9.0. I have Kingston Data Traveler 256MB Flash Drive. I want use Kingston Data Traveler 256MB Flash Drive on Red hat linux 9.0 for easy data traveling. So, I need Device Driver for Kingston Data Traveler 256MB Flash Drive. Plaese Help me

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    USB devices tend to work better on newer Linux distributions that have the 2.6.x version of the Linux kernel. Redhat 9 is very old and uses version 2.4.x. I recommend you upgrade to a newer version (such as Fedora Core 5 or CentOS).
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