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Hi everybody, I've just installed SuSe 10 on my laptop and i need some help. Im trying to get my Denver USB memory stick/mp3 player to be acknowleged by the ...
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    USB mounts on SuSe


    Hi everybody,

    I've just installed SuSe 10 on my laptop and i need some help.

    Im trying to get my Denver USB memory stick/mp3 player to be acknowleged by the OS. I've tried pluggin it in while de OS is running (which is what i want to use it for) and also with it already plugged before the start-up.

    There is no problem with the USB drives, as my USB mouse works perfectly.

    Any help would be aprecciated.

    Thanx

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    in Yast -> "Install and remove software" install a package called submount, it should easily do what you are looking for.

    If it is already installed, look at the output from dmesg to see if the computer has recognised that a usb device has been plugged in.
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    Ok, thanx. i've just been able to use it.

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