Joined: July 2007
||Posted: Aug. 02 2007,00:28
|Quote (stupid_idiot @ Aug. 01 2007,18:10)|
|1. lsusb - Lists all USB devices.|
Check that your pendrive is detected.
2. If not, I would check to see the USB 2.0 host module is loaded:
Scroll up and down (Shift+PgUp/PgDn) and see if either "usb-ehci" or "usb-ohci" is loaded. If not, try modprobe:
modprobe usb-ehci - For motherboard with Intel chipset
modprobe usb-ohci - For other brands (nVidia, SiS, VIA, etc)
Also make sure that "usb-storage" is loaded. If not, then:
3. Try all possible device names:
mount -t vfat /dev/sdXX mountpoint
sda, sdb, sdc, sdd...
sda1, sdb1, sdc1, sdd1...
Thanks for your help! I used lsusb and it was able to detect my usb key. I then ran lsmod and everything thing is loaded.. And finally I am still not able to mount using any of the common names. Where do I go from here?