Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
I'm trying to read a micro-SD card under Fedora 7. When I plug a
into the socket, I do notice the following message logged to
/var/log/messages, but no new disks show up in /dev/disk/* . Is there
something else I need to do or is this code just incomplete?
Aug 1 10:22:09 ancho kernel: tifm_core: MMC/SD card detected in socket 0:3
The tifm code can be a problem. Some versions will work for me, and
other do not. One thing that needs to be done is to automaticly load
the tifm_sd module when a SD card is inserted into the socket, and
the modules removed after a card is removed. You can try running
"modprobe tifm_sd" and see if the card is detected and mounted. It
will not be listed as a SCSI drive. It will show up as a mmc_block
device instead. (I am not at my laptop, so I can not bet the exact
device name. something like mmc_blk0 and mmc_blk0.1)
You may find this page, and its links handy.
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