Joined: Mar. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 29 2007,19:16
Hi, I had the knoppix not found trouble but have managed to find a work round. Linux recognises my usb drive as purely /dev/sda.
To fix this inside linux open a terminal window go to the directory where DSL is.
Then type the following:
Then make a directory to mount it too.
then you need to mount the file.
mount -o loop minirt24 /mnt/dsl
Now you need open the linuxrc file to edit it. I used gedit
find the line that says
test -n "$FOUND_SCSI" -a -z "$NOSCSI" && DEVICES="$DEVICES /dev/sd?[1-9] /dev/sd?[1-9]
change it to
test -n "$FOUND_SCSI" -a -z "$NOSCSI" && DEVICES="$DEVICES /dev/sd? /dev/sd?[1-9] /dev/sd?[1-9]
save the file
now you need to unmount the file,
umount ./minirt24 /mnt/dsl
now you need to zip it
Hey Presto, it works!
ps-is there any chance that a change like this could be added to the distro so people don't do it themselves?