[CentOS] Frustrated. Java on Centos 6 doesn't give an error message when downloading from a Samsung Galaxy S3

Sat Jun 1 14:38:37 UTC 2013
Rock <Rocksockdoc at gmail.com>

On Sat, 01 Jun 2013 23:30:04 +1000, Anthony K wrote:

> 1. sudo lsmod > file-without-s3
  Creates a file with headers "Module, size, & used by".
> 2. ensure S3 is locked then connect to PC
  OK. Done.
> 3. sudo lsmod > file-with-locked-s3
  OK. Done.
> 4. sdiff-s file-with-s3 file-with-locked-s3| egrep '>'
  Syntax error, corrected, in addition to file names:
  $ sdiff -s file-without-s3 file-with-locked-s3 | egrep '>'
  Reports nothing different. Hmmm... 
  $ sdiff -s file-without-s3 file-with-locked-s3
  Also reports nothing different.
  Same with:
  $ diff file-without-s3 file-with-locked-s3
> 5. take note of what new modules are loaded by looking to the right of 
> the '>' sign
> 6. disconnect the S3
  OK. Done.
> 7. for each new module noted in step 5 above, do
>     sudo modprobe -r module_name
  No new modules popped up.
> 8. unlock the S3 and mount it again
  Didn't get to this point.
> The phone should mount successfully!   If not, then I'd really like to 
> know what else the locked S3 does to the PC that requires a reboot to fix!

Me too! :)