Norman/Nease CBC Mod Installer v1.2 (Supports CBCv2)

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That's understandable. I was just sharing some discoveries. It's quite typical in most linux based systems that you may not be able to predict where a device will be listed.

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Hey Scott,

You are correct, the proper way is to let cbcui mount the drive to /mnt/browser/usb. As Pipeep said, the code was originally for the CBCv1, and we were frantically trying to get something usable released for the CBCv2 as soon as possible. As a result, we didn't really do a thorough job. The hacks to be released at GCER 2010 will use the correct method.

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I wouldn't say that the method you used was incorrect at all. It was developed for a different platform. Again, just sharing information that may make other people's lives easier.

Scott

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