USB Memory Stick & Digital Camera Fight
Hello folks -
Guess this is a hello on my first post and a question:-
I live in Oxford, England and am definitely a newbie to Linux although im getting better ........ slowly ....
Eitherway, here goes ...
I have a USB Memory stick and a digital Camera which I connect through the USB -
My Laptop has only ONE USB port so I have to swap them over.
I can connect BOTH no trouble. Problem is once one has been mounted then I cannot unmount and then remount the other device. Something in Linux is stuck on the old device - any clue how I can determine what to do?
Also I just installed Debian 3 on my desktop machine and cannot mount my USB Stick at all -
Hotplugging is installed (I think) and DMESG is returning the USB messages which I think means that it can see the Memory stick -
I have tried cycling through various locations in /dev/ which worked on my Laptop and the Older RedHat I had installed on this same box but I cannot find the device !
Anyone know of some kind of auto mounting dev probe device that will scan your drives?
or something ...
Any ideas on this ?