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Thread: Detection of USB flash drive by pamusb

  1. #1
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    Detection of USB flash drive by pamusb

    Dear Ubuntu community,

    The command
    Code:
    sudo pamusb-conf --add-device my_usb_pen
    only detects my hard disk and not my mounted flash pen with vfat (also tried ext2, ext3 and ext4) file system, in order to use it for USB authentification.
    What additional diagnostics could I run to pin down the problem?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

  2. #2
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    Re: Detection of USB flash drive by pamusb

    By using
    Code:
    sudo pamusb -v --add-device="MyStick"
    I was informed about a missing volume on the stick.
    By using gparted, I was able to fix the problem.
    However, after using
    Code:
    sudo pamusb-conf --add-user="me"
    ,
    Code:
    pamusb-check me
    tells me
    Code:
    * No device configured for "me".
    The file /etc/pamusb.conf seems to be correct.

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