Description of problem:
1. plug in usb flash drive
2. Window displays contents - Places -> shows USB device
3. type df on command line and USB device not included
4. COPY: cannot use CLI to copy files, because CLI directory not in df command.
5. COPY: tried to use Window to copy files
a. USB window locked up - could not use ctl-alt-backspace to restart X
b. did a ctl-alt-ft and a init 1 single user
c. did a init 5 from single user and mouse (synaptic) did not work
d. rebooted the laptop and mouse still did not work
e. stoped the laptop and restarted - mouse worked again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Each time I use a USB flash drive
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Plug in USB flash drive - window opens with directory information locked
2. Type df on the root command line - no mounted USB device
3. Click - Places - on the file menue - the USB device shows up
4. Try to copy multiple files from the USB window
5. Use the ctl key to select multiple files on the USB window
6. On about the third multiple file selected - mouse and X lock up
7. Only recovery is to turn off system - closing down X or moving to other
runlevels or rebooting do not solve mouse/X issues
Must shut down system to recover mouse and X
Copy multiple files from USB device to FC5, and be able to use CLI, and see USB
device using df command
try 'mount'. That should show you where it is mounted. I don't know why df
doesn't pick it up but it could be bcause we don't put it into /etc/fstab
anymore. df seems to filter its results as mount gives me more info. It could
just be a bug with df.
Sounds like a kernel or X issue if you are hard freezing. What kind of card is
it? Can you attach the usb drive and run 'lshal' attaching the results to this
bug report. Also run 'dmesg' to see if you are getting any kernel errors or
warnings. Finally get the relevent portions from /var/log/messages after a
freeze and reboot and attach it. (basicly the logs that took place when you
plugged in the device up to the time of the crash). Thanks.
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