Fwd: [Bug 595079] [NEW] Memory-sticks only read once on 10.04

NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Fri Jun 18 01:50:55 UTC 2010

On 06/16/2010 06:04 AM, Karl Larsen wrote:
>      I figured out a back door to reporting a bug. It worked and here is 
> the bug report.
> Public bug reported:
>   Normal operation is seen when booted into version 8.04 and there you
> put a memory stick in the hardware which plugs into a USB port on the
> mother board. It displays the contents in a panel. If you want to look
> at another you release the current memory stick and remove it. Then
> insert the next memory stick and it repeats correctly.
>   When booted into 10.04 fully updated 64 bit you insert the memory stick
> the first time and it works. You remove that and then try to see another
> memory stick but it fails. You must reboot to see another memory stick.

Karl, I am unable to replicate with a single USB stick. Plug in & it's
recognized on the both the desktop & in Nautilus. Remove and it's
removed from the desktop & Nautilis / rinse-repeat & works. I don't have
a second stick available to test, but do you get the same results if you
try with the same stick? Give that a try.

If that works, try the first, then be sure to unmount it first. Then try
with the second.

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