Mouting Compact Flash Filesystem

Hello,
I have a Dell laptop that I’m trying to mount a Compact Flash card on to.
devp-pcard is running and “pin”
returns a Disk in slot 2 at base 0x200, size 16, irq 3. What are the
commands needed to mount this?

I found something on the website, but the link was dead.

Thanks

Kevin Hamond
PACE Control Systems

“Kevin Hammond” <kevinh@paceolm.com> wrote in message
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Hello,
I have a Dell laptop that I’m trying to mount a Compact Flash card on to.
devp-pcard is running and “pin”
returns a Disk in slot 2 at base 0x200, size 16, irq 3. What are the
commands needed to mount this?

devb-eide eide ioports=0x200,irq=3,nopci,slave

That should do it.

I found something on the website, but the link was dead.

Thanks

Kevin Hamond
PACE Control Systems

Thanks for the quick response.

When i type that in, it mounts the laptop hd again as /dev/hd1.

Previously, Mario Charest wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.newuser:

devb-eide eide ioports=0x200,irq=3,nopci,slave

That should do it.

I figured it out. the “ioports” should be “ioport”. Those pesky extra letters…

“devb-eide eide ioport=0x200,irq=3,nopci,slave”

mounts my /dev/hd1 just fine.


Thank you.

“Kevin Hammond” <kevinh@paceolm.com> wrote in message
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Thanks for the quick response.

When i type that in, it mounts the laptop hd again as /dev/hd1.

Are you sure you put in nopci?

Do you have a /dev/hd2? Maybe /dev/hd1 is the compact flash :wink: