Whenever I do this, it works perfectly, as a Flash Disk. BUT, dmesg shows the following: So I was wondering, perhaps there is something weird with the kernel drivers for my flash disk, or is my flash disk broken?Item Price: .00 At present Amazon gift card is the only method of payment we are accepting.Learn more about our online Checkpoint solutions here or at our online store.Choose from a wealth of options to get the news you need, when it occurs.
You'll have to grab a hacked version of OSX from the tubes, in contravention of Apple's EULA.
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To fix my problem I enter in root password, mount the boot disk as rw, and then edit /etc/fstab to swap /dev/sda and /dev/sdb around ... It's not a real issue as I will have to take out the pata drive anyway....
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