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Thanks. Since I needed to prepare for my class tonight, my time was short. 
As I mentioned, I did this before on the same release. I just might not 
have tried /dev/hde last night. 
On 5 Nov 2002 at 14:36, Mark J. Dulcey wrote:

> Jerry Feldman wrote:
> > This is really a dumb question.
> > On my laptop last night, I tried to mount a CF card with a pcmcia holder. 
> > However, I was unable to find the appropriate device. This was in slot 0. 
> > I was in a bit of a hurry. In any case, I have done this before (possibly 
> > on a different laptop, but the same release of SuSE (8.0 with a 2.4 
> > kernel). I did run cardctl status and ident, and everything looked ok. 
> When I did the same thing on my laptop (also SuSE 8.0), it showed up as hde. Look in /proc/ide; you should see the device there.  

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