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Posted: Tue 31 May 2011, 00:16 Post subject:
This being a thin client computer.
The internal flash disc is not being used as a standard internal drive would be.
It is only used to store what is needed to boot the computer and hook it to the network.
Any storage is done by the network server.
Puppy will not see it as an available drive for this reason.
Thank you for the reply, but I'm curious about two things.
There is no such a problem with older model of HP thin client t5530,
Puppy recognizes internal ATA flash as /dev/sda and USB flash as /dev/sdb but the resources are not sufficient for Puppy to work smooth.
The t5565 comes with small linux 2.6.27 on board which recognizes internal ATA Flash as Attached SCSI disk [sda] but when I boot from USB internal flash is no longer available.
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