QUOTE(Alfinfrance @ Mar 6 2007, 11:23 PM)
Could somone please post what is the result when typing ./ide-devfs.sh in /etc/udev/scripts ?
I have :
if it works as I think, lun must be 2, like in a SCSI chain...
Same as you, This gives me:
QUOTE(Alfinfrance @ Mar 6 2007, 09:11 PM)
I've got this strange problem on my SL-C3100 :
In PdaXrom v 1.1.0beta4 and 1.1.0r121, when I click on the Card utility, I see my Hitachi Microdrive and the SD Card. Can't see the CF Card.
I read that it was due to some error in flashing with a CF card inserted.
So I tried to flash back to Trisoft Sharp Rom.
In this rom, no problem, SD and CF are detected well.
I tried PdaXrom 1.1.0beta3 : also no problem.
But each time I go back to a beta4 or r121, the problem occures ( and I only flash with an SD Card ).
Could someone please help?
QUOTE(Alfinfrance @ Mar 6 2007, 10:49 PM)
So, I see where the problem comes from :
My Microdrive is /dev/hda and /dev/hda1 is mounted in /mnt/cf.
I tried to change it in fstab but it doesn't change anything ( I was sure of it before testing, but I give a try to any solution right now ).
Perhaps is there something to change in init files ( I clearly see the Microdrive is created as hda).
If I'm understanding this correctly, you're not able to mount the external CF cards at all? I don't have this problem on the 3200 in pdax >= r121.
If booting with an external CF in the slot, the external CF consistently is recognized for me as /dev/hdc. whereas the internal CF is /dev/hda.
I only have one partition on my external CF card, so fstab just mounts /dev/hdc1 to /mnt/cf.
I have three partitions on the internal CF:
1. swap : /dev/hda1
2. vfat : /dev/hda2
3. ext2 : /dev/hda3
which are set as follows in /etc/fstab.
/dev/hdc1 /mnt/cf auto noauto,ownder 0 0
/dev/hda2 /data auto noauto,ownder 0 0
/dev/hda3 /share auto noauto,ownder 0 0
Prior to the altered fstab file, I had the same problems that I think you're speaking of. But you did try this and it didn't work? Is this the same for all 3100s? Does "dmesg" show anything upon the insert of the card?