>> I got a new CF reader today, and spent 20 mins or so looking
> on the net.
> Couldn't find a driver anywhere. Glen suggested "look on the floppy",
>> Guess what...there was one.
>> OK, so it was a diff against 2.4.2, but at least it could be applied
> (with some effort, as some functions were deprecated etc.).
> It's a strange
> day when you get linux drivers on the floppy, but there are
> no Win95/XP
> drivers :)
Hmmmm... I have compact flash reader as well, and happened to get it working
in Linux by mistake!
When I was trying to setup my cd-writer, I needed to use the SCSI drivers
for the cd-rom drive. When I get everything configured for SCSI and had a
look what devices I had... there is was! compact flash removable drive. Mind
you I was too stuck into the CD writing that I didn't actually check to see
if it worked, but I know they're fairly simple devices in reality, so once
you get that far, you should be fine.
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