How to mount lbook V3 under Linux?


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There is a "lbook V3 ext", kernel 2.6.11.7, firmware V1.27U.080919.


When you connect via USB without the SD card under Windows everything is working correctly (see the built-in "removable disk" on 512MB), but under Linux to mount it fails. On the forum and on the support response could not be obtained, although the problem is outrageous: book works on Linux, and compatible with Windows and not compatible with Linux.


When connecting with an inserted SD card under Linux with no problems mounted the contents of the card.


I know that there are many more new firmware, but reading them changes I didn't see the fix exactly this problem, and discussion of new bugs in new firmware versions on the forum would be updated "at random".


If you have out of the box works access to internal memory under Linux on lbook V3 — plz tell the firmware version.
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Problem solved — it was necessary in the kernel to enable CONFIG_SCSI_MULTI_LUN.
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I have Lbook V3 or V3+ (not ext), I do not remember, the book's not with me now. In Linux are mounted at the same time built-in memory and map that annoys me so much. Built-in memory is not used, because there is much less than 512 MB.
To connect to USB without memory card not tried. The firmware was updated in October at the latest.
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