I am having exactly the same problem and I tried with two different
USB flash drives and with other firmwares (original, Unslung,
DebianSlug and Openwrt). I can't verify that the problem appeared
after a power failure, we had a couple however. I was having a 1GB
drive on Unslung when it stopped working. Assuming that the drive was
broken I bought another one but that didn't work either. I am
suspecting a hardware problem because both drives work fine when
connected to other devices. Could it be the power? Under Openwrt I
can make the new drive work but when some bigger files need to be
copied it fails (the drives led goes out and the NSLU2 reboots).
--- In email@example.com, "henry_io" <henry_io@...> wrote:
> Did you come up with a fix for this problem?
> I ask because I'm having exactly the same problem right now. I can
> mount the stick on other systems without problem as well... very
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "nslu2345" <nslu2345@> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > after we had a powerfail my NSLU2 doesn't recognize my 1GB USB
> > I've tryed to install original firmware, accessed redboot and
> > configuration but neither helped. I got still following error
> > in /var/log/messages or dmesg :
> > hub.c: new USB device 00:01.2-2, assigned address 38
> > usb.c: USB device not accepting new address=38 (error=-71)
> > I can mount the stick on other Linux systems without problems.
> > with kind regards