Can't mount USB-Stick (MDK10.)
today i have installed MDK10 (Power Pack) - and now I try to mount/use my TINY 128 MB USB-Stick (Note: under MDK9.2 works it very fine with no problems).
MDK HardDrake detects the stick (C-Tiny 128 MB) as an device on /dev/sda, with the configuration tool I can create a new partion (primary, fat32) etc. - it will be mountet to /mnt/removable. When I try now to write any file on /mnt/removable I get an error: ACCESS DENIDED!. (Konqueror trys to write on the stick, because the in build light flashes! On an terminal i'll get the message NO MEDIUM FOUND) When I try to read any thing from it - they are no files (under MDK9.2 can I see all files).
Next I check with "tail" all messages: everything look good, but one message tells me
FATAL: unable to load scsimon (in another forum I habe read, that is not a problem, because MDK don't need it??!)
I don't give up and tryied this:
mount /dev/sda1 -t vfat /mnt/removable
mount /dev/sda -t vfat /mnt/removable
no succsess - I get this: Can't read superblock
What's wrong? I can't create partition on my stick with HardDrak or fdisk - but I can't read/write any files on this stick - anyone some Ideas?