Cali 256MB (+512_SD) does not automount

  • brian russell

    brian russell - 2006-06-02

    Am I correct in assuming the Cali works as a usb storage (but that what prevents it from being used without rioutils is the firmware)? Because Ubuntu does not recognize my Cali no matter what I do, even removing the SD card does not help. It usually recognizes usb storage devices (without an fstab entry!).

    I have tried every combo I could think of similar to:
    sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /media/rio

    but I always get the following error:

    mount: special device /dev/sdb1 does not exist

    can anyone help me? I am using a Rio Cali 256 with a 512 SD card. I am eager to delete my windows partition for good, but i can't do it without finding a replacement for RioMusicManager. Yeah yeah, I know the Cali is a dinosaur but I love my Calisaurus! I got AAA rechargeable batteries and everything! Im reluctant to throw it away and buy some new and less durable reptile since the Cali would really meet all of my needs.

    • brian russell

      brian russell - 2006-06-02

      Sorry, i figured it out, i needed to use:
      sudo rioutil -l

      However, it may be preventing me from using a GUI, jrioutil exits with errors and I can't even get krioutils to make...Anybody know?


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