[sf-lug] USB stick help, please...
eric at ericwalstad.com
Tue Oct 27 21:39:14 PDT 2009
Anyone know how to get linux to recognize a USB stick without having
to unplug and replug after a reboot?
I've been tinkering with Open-WRT running on an Asus WL-500G
Premium 2 router. I have it running (actually x-wrt), I've
soldered in my Tweet-a-watt receiver, I have my Python installed
on a USB stick and I can make it all work - yay! Until the power goes
out, that is. Then the router reboots and the USB stick isn't
recognized until I manually unplug it and plug it back in. Then I can
run the boot script that mounts the USB stick.
I've read a ton of pages, tried using USB2 (ehci) and then USB1(ohci).
Everything I've read assumes that the system recognizes the USB stick
on boot. But mine doesn't. Oh, when I unplug and plug in the USB
stick, it shows up as:
A search for that will show you some of the pages I've read.
I'm happy to share more details but I'm not sure which ones are relevant yet.
Thanks in advance,
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