Multimedia Card Reader has run happily in Win7 for years but was a complete no show under Xubuntu I don’t see how this bug can be closed really – not until all the individual elements of this issue are resolved and reported as completely closed out. It said error and this:. Download full text 3. It’s not as if the hardware is so esoteric that it’s never had a working driver, is it? It shows up in lsusb as Code:. I reformated the card in vista using the built-in formatter management console , again with FAT16, and now the card works flawlessly with Kubuntu Karmic.
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Penalver penalvch on This linux-usb bug seems to be related: No need exists to comment here at this time. When I tried to mount it semi-automatic, by clicking mount in disk tools crp.flash.
I worked several hours on this issue and could not fix it. For the others who posted in this thread, please try your card-reader again after having reformated your SD-card, maybe this bug isn’t one finally The reader also has an extra USB port on it that I tested out of curiosity, and it appears that port isn’t working either.
I’ve had a similar issue on Kubuntu There is also a summary pagewhich contains a summary of speed tests for USB drives that accumulated 5 speed tests or more. Sebastian Nohn sebastian-nohn wrote on Dirienzo, give you have different hardware, and root cause issue the reader stopped working, while this report is about it never worked in the pastit will help immensely if you use the computer the problem is reproducible with, and provide necessary debugging logs by filing a new report with Ubuntu via a terminal: Multimedia Card Reader but in system – not displayed.
Thank you for your understanding. In lsusb – it displayed: Please let us know your results.
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Multimedia Card Reader but in system – not displayed. Unfortunately this concerns just a “few” people so don’t count on getting this bug fixed. Bug attachments lsusb -v log edit Add attachment. Did any of you guys figure anything out? Join Date May Beans Hidden! Attached scsi generic sg7 type 0 Oct 31 But still, it really is a carf that this shows up one of the flaws in eeader/writer development, that nobody really wants to work on the non-sexy stuff!
Please note, not filing a new report may delay your problem being addressed as quickly as possible. Ubuntu Forums Code of Reader/wgiter. Light turns green when a memory card is inserted. I reformated the card in vista using the built-in formatter management consoleagain with FAT16, and now the card works flawlessly with Kubuntu Karmic. Test and publish the speed of your USB flash drive. Master Class 10 16gb.
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I originally created this Web site for flash drives, but because some people already submitted the speed test results of external USB disks, I added a group for them too. But with no success. It said error and this:.
clrp.flash Alcor Micro USB 2. Maybe there are better solutions, like adding some quirk to the kernel driver to enable polling for this device only, or use udev rules to enable polling only for this hardware when it is detected, leaving the global setting at it’s default value.
Attached scsi generic sg4 type 0 Oct 31 Folks, I also have an Alcor Micro Corp card reader. Join Date Jun Beans