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I upgraded Ubuntu today and everything works smooth except that Ubuntu doesn’t detect any other storage devices. My and home partitions work fine, but my other .How to detect an USB device? I can see the content or atleast detect the USB device in Ubuntu. Ubuntu USB device not mount. ..Ask Ubuntu is a question and answer site for Ubuntu users and developers. re mount usb device. I am unable to detect or mount my usb sticks Ubuntu . .Ask Ubuntu is a question and answer site for Ubuntu users and developers. Does Ubuntu log when USB devices are connected? How to detect an USB device? ..

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How can I make the USB stick work again?

You can't.

If no computer can "see" it, you can't use your computer to fix it.

If you had time, skills and resources, you might be able to disassemble it, identify the faults and repair or replace the faulty components. This would probably cost more than purchasing a hatfull of new USB sticks.

Update: the following advice seems to have been helpful for some people

Assuming that the drive has been properly partitioned and formatted, then this USB drive probably still needs to be enumerated for this computer. Open Control Panel. Go through Administrative Tools to Computer Management. Under Storage, click on Disk Management. Locate the USB drive and it probably needs to have a drive letter assigned to it. Do so (Right click and change drive letter - make sure it's not in use at time). Should take care of the problem.

Obviously this is only useful on those occasions when the device does show up in...

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The device I want to mount is Nokia 130. lsusb or lsblk cannot find it, but dmesg will, some part of the output is following:

[30415.272150] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd [30415.332957] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0421, idProduct=069a [30415.332963] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0 [30415.332967] usb 3-2: Product: Nokia 130 (RM-1035) [30415.332970] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: Nokia [30419.295175] usb 3-2: USB disconnect, device number 4 [30420.004139] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 5 using xhci_hcd [30420.071343] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0421, idProduct=06fb [30420.071349] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=2, Product=3, SerialNumber=4 [30420.071353] usb 3-2: Product: Nokia 130 (RM-1035) [30420.071356] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: Nokia [30420.071359] usb 3-2: SerialNumber: 537595606123480 [30420.121633] usb-storage 3-2:1.0: USB Mass Storage device detected [30420.121756] scsi7 :...
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I just used this with a server installation from “ubuntu-10.04-server-i386.iso” on a usb stick.

In my case the commands below used
“/dev/sdb1” as “/dev/” and
“/mnt/iso/ubutnu-10.04-server-i386.iso” as “/mnt/usb/”
but yours my vary.

When you get the screen with “Load CD-ROM driver from removable media?” press ALT-F2 to get a console and enter these commands:

mkdir /mnt/usb /mnt/iso
mount –t vfat /dev/ /mnt/usb
mount –t iso9660 –o loop /mnt/usb/ /mnt/iso

ALT-F1 to return to installation dialog and answer as follows:
Load CD-ROM driver from removable media?
Manually select CD-ROM module and device>
Module needed for accessing the CD-ROM: none
Device file for accessing the CD-ROM: /dev/loop0

OOoops! I realized I misunderstood your question. My solution is for the case when you've got the iso file on the usb stick and you've booted the iso file with GRUB2. Not the case where you've installed to a usb stick and...

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There are a lot of questions here and I'll do my best to answer them. I'm certain that those more knowledgeable than I will be able to help you further. (I'd appreciate if those people could help me out too.)

In *nix, everything is a file. For example, your CD-ROM is a file.

/dev - Here you'll find physical devices as well as things you wouldn't normally think of as devices such as /dev/null. /media & /mnt are directories where you may mount a physical device such as a CD-ROM, HDD partition, USB stick, etc.

The purpose of mount (and the opposite umount) is to allow dynamic mounting of devices. What I mean here is that perhaps you may want to only mount a device under certain circumstances, and at other times have it not readily accessible. You may wish to mount an entire file system at /mnt when repairing a system. You may wish to mount a disc image (e.g. foo.iso) from time to time. Etc.

You may choose to mount a device in /dev at either /media or /mnt. There...

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On 9 Apr 2007 12:31:57 -0700


Post by Podi

My question is: how can I programmatically detect whether or

not a MMC card is mounted?


Here is a little /bin/sh routine that you probably might find

useful, or can modify to suit...

is_reader() {
test=$( cat /proc/scsi/usb-storage*/* 2> /dev/null | grep
"Card Reader"; cat /proc/bus/usb/devices 2> /dev/null |
grep Cnt=0[1-9] ) if [ "$test" = "" ]; then
return 0
else
return 1
fi
}

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I am using libhal to detect device events. I am able to detect a device added or removed but I can not detect device's mount point. The function libhal_volume_get_mount_point(volume) does not work.

I have a callback function to detect device add:

static void handle_device_added(LibHalContext *ctx, const char *udi) { dbus_bool_t is_storage; dbus_bool_t is_volume; is_storage = libhal_device_query_capability(ctx, udi, "storage", NULL); is_volume = libhal_device_query_capability(ctx, udi, "volume", NULL); if (is_storage) { drive = libhal_drive_from_udi(ctx, udi); if (libhal_drive_is_hotpluggable(drive) || libhal_drive_uses_removable_media(drive)) { printf("Storage device added %s model %s\n", libhal_drive_get_device_file(drive), libhal_drive_get_model(drive)); } libhal_drive_free(drive); } if(is_volume) { volume = libhal_volume_from_udi(ctx, udi); printf("Mount point = %s\n",...
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