|Can't help you directly. I believe most CFs are formated vfat or fat16; the mount command without the "-t" should have worked. If you want to use ext2, you should be able to repartition with fdisk, cfdisk, or other, them mke2fs to create a ext2 partition. I use a PCMCIA x CF adapter to read and write CFs on a laptop. USB x CF adapters can also be used.|
I am using a Midori/IA-1 on my all-Linux lan with a USB nic. Works very well with a few exceptions. I can run X remotely ("X -query <IP>") as well as do nfs mounts; both methods can be used to present slide shows on the IA-1.
On remote-X, Midori does not place the cursor where it thinks the pointer is located in the horizontal dimension.