General :: External TB HD Not Recognized By OpenSUSE 11.3/

Jan 16, 2011

I have gone through Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, and continue using them on different PCs but I recently had a problem with my graphics card on new releases.. another story all together.So I am using OpenSUSE 11.3 on my Dell inspiron 1526 AMD 64 bit. I have always been able to plug in my external HD and have it show on my desktop. Now with OpenSUSE something is different. I tried other flash drives, all show up and open to view on their own, but my 1GB ext HD doesn't. I am not a pro with the Terminal yet but I prefer to use it and am good at reading and copying commands from online.

jason@linux-z81g:~> lshal -m

Start monitoring devicelist:
04:35:12.017: computer_power_supply_battery_BAT0 property battery.voltage.current = 12479 (0x30bf)
04:35:17.813: usb_device_1058_1102_57442D574341553432313937303738 added
04:35:17.833: usb_device_1058_1102_57442D574341553432313937303738_if1 added
04:35:17.839: usb_device_1058_1102_57442D574341553432313937303738_if0 added
code....

as you can see it says "My Book" which is the name of my ext TB but where is it and how do I mount it?

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I am actually working again on a problem i had already on opensus 11.3 (never resolved), and now also after the upgrade to 11.4 .

I do have an external HDD (Samsung STORY Station) usually connected to the linux server. I also have udev rules setup to automount the device on /media/xxx by label.

I used to have my own rules, now have some more coplete from the internet.

When I now reboot the server, the "sd*" device for story station is not created, and obviously not mounted.

If however I do switch of th estory station after reboot, and turn power on again, the device is configured and properly automounted as by udev rules.

Also during the boot the device is seen as from boot.msg:

Code:
<6>[ 1.444939] usb 2-2: New USB device found, idVendor=04e8, idProduct=5f06
<6>[ 1.448686] usb 2-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=11, SerialNum
ber=3
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<6>[ 1.456217] usb 2-2: Manufacturer: JMicron

P.S.: I used th esearch function and google, but did find many similar articles but nothing matching my scenario. So I hope I did not miss something obvious.

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Details:

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Entering Yast Expert Partitioner, error message follows:

The partitioning on disk /dev/sdc is not readable by the partitioning tool parted, which is used to change the partition table.

You can use the partitions on disk /dev/sdc as they are. You can format them and assign mount points to them, but you cannot add, edit, resize, or remove partitions from that disk with this tool.

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code....

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Quote:

dmesg:

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