Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 468650
SD card not readable with stock Fedora kernel
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:23:51 EDT
Created attachment 321577 [details]
compressed tar of text diagnostic outputs
I have an interesting problem accessing SD card in built-in reader in
Z71V ASUS laptop: it does not work with the stock Fedora kernels, but
works with the cubbi_tuxonice kernels from www.atrpms.net.
Attached are outputs of
dmesg # a few seconds after card insertion
lsmod # before and after card insertion
with descritpive names: one set of files when booted into a stock
kernel, and another set when booted into the corresponding
cubbi_tuxonice version. Note that for the later set, dmesg says
mmc0: new SD card at address e624
mmcblk0: mmc0:e624 SD02G 1985024KiB
and /dev/mmcblk0p1 device is created. I can mount the device and read
files. When booted in the stock kernel, there are no such lines in
dmesg, and no mmc* devices are created.
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