From: STEVE ROZANSKI <Steve.Rozanski@Sun.COM> - 2006-10-14 17:19:40
have purchased/received a netstix 200xm-cf. nice device. but have
(maybe dumb) question: hoe do you mount, get access to, the cf?
checked out docs but lots of refer to mmc and how to mount. help.
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We have a problem with a few netstix 200xm-cf computers. The defect is a configuration parameter on the device that disables the network interface 3 seconds after acquiring an IP address during the boot-up process. Since the only way to communicate with the device is over the network this renders the device unusable. Engineering powered the unit on and monitored using the DHCP server. All seven units displayed the same failure. Any Ideas?
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From: Dave Hylands <dhylands@gm...> - 2006-10-14 17:24:31
> have purchased/received a netstix 200xm-cf. nice device. but have
> (maybe dumb) question: hoe do you mount, get access to, the cf?
> checked out docs but lots of refer to mmc and how to mount. help.
With a recent buildroot (i.e. I just tested this morning with 1132)
all you need is:
mkdir /mnt/cf # Note this is a one time operation
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/cf
If you have an older buildroot, you might also need to do:
before doing the above.
You should also check in the /etc/modules file and see that mmc_block
and pxamci lines are commented out and that the pcmcia line is not
commented. If yo umake any changes, you'll need to reboot.
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