Re: mount USB flash drive on Unix
From: Rich Teer (rich.teer_at_rite-group.com)
Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2005 23:05:20 GMT
On Thu, 6 Jan 2005, GreyCloud wrote:
> Help me out and tell me some more.
The best thing I can do is (in addition to the reources that
John Groenveld pointed out) suggest that you have a look around
Sun's Solairs web pages, starting from www.sun.com/software/solaris/ .
> Still using a 350Mhz K6-3.
> Only has 256Mb of memory and a 20Gb harddrive.
Not a speed demon, but still usuable, I would think. Solaris 10
is faster than previous releases.
> After you've seen my hardware spec above, you'll see why I
> asked about the amd64.
> Native to the amd64 to run legacy 32-bit mode software.
> Looks like amd did their homework.
Yep (as did Sun with the SPARCv9 stuff). Backwards compatibility
is a GOOD thing.
> I can't bear to snip that tree out. :-)
The axe comes out in the next day or so!
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