Kae Verens wrote:
> David Jamison wrote:
>> Kae Verens wrote:
>>> mkdir /media/vivitar
>>> mount /dev/sdb1 /media/vivitar #change sdb1 to whatever it actually is
>>> chmod 777 /media/vivitar -r
>>> Question would be how do I know what to replace sdb1 with?
>>> [ 1734.946021] end_request: I/O error, dev sdc, sector 222
>> it's probably sdc1.
>> you can usually find the correct one by typing "/dev/sd" then hitting
> the tab button - a list of existing nodes will be shown.
>> your dmesg dump showed a load of errors - hopefully the camera isn't
> faulty... You may need to use one of those multi-headed USB cables
> (two ends on the Laptop side to give the USB device (your camera) more
>> someone mentioned that I didn't explicitly mention the fs format in
> the mount command - usually it is not required when mounting something
> as widely known as vfat.
>Im not doing very well here today at all. Since I updated to KDE 4.1
Beta2 Open Office wont work (Launchpad 237660),I cant add network
folders (Launchpad 200925) and just looking at dmesg I think Im also
suffering from "AMP is not SMP safe hardy lockup" (Launchpad 227671).
If I revert to KDE 3 same issues keep occurring. I'm just mentioning
this in case anyone is tempted to upgrade to KDE 4.1 - I think youd be
better off leaving it for a bit till things get sorted. Im going to
leave the camera for a bit till system is functioning a-ok again.
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