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cd into your kernel lsp directory.
 
cd into your kernel lsp directory.
  
Run make menuconfig.
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Run  
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make menuconfig.
  
 
Select drivers -> SCSI.
 
Select drivers -> SCSI.
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Make sure the jumper by the USB port is in the right location for HOST mode (check manual).
 
Make sure the jumper by the USB port is in the right location for HOST mode (check manual).
  
mkdir /usbdrive
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mkdir /usbdrive
  
 
insert your USB card reader
 
insert your USB card reader
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mount your card using:
 
mount your card using:
  
mount /dev/sdXX /usbdrive -o sync
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mount /dev/sdXX /usbdrive -o sync
  
 
where XX = a1, a2, a3, b1 etc..
 
where XX = a1, a2, a3, b1 etc..
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[[Category:Development Boards]]
 
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[[Category:DaVinci]]

Latest revision as of 04:55, 13 April 2011

USB Host Guide 1.0

cd into your kernel lsp directory.

Run

make menuconfig.

Select drivers -> SCSI.

Enable scsi disk support and enable Probs multiple LUN option.

Select drivers -> USB.

Enable Host-side USB.

Enable USB device filesystem.

Enable USB Mass Storage Device option.

Get the kernel onto your board in the usual way.

Make sure the jumper by the USB port is in the right location for HOST mode (check manual).

mkdir /usbdrive

insert your USB card reader

mount your card using:

mount /dev/sdXX /usbdrive -o sync

where XX = a1, a2, a3, b1 etc..

Enjoy!