Description of problem:
I have a vodafone K3565 3G dongle with a built in micro sd card reader. The modem part of this device works fine, however the sd reader does not.
My log messages says usb-storage failed with -1 and no device is created.
I tried this device with a F10 live cd and it does work. usb-storage returns -5 and then there are further messages where a device (sdb1 in this case) was created.
My device appears to be a Huawei E160/E220/E270 type of device with the following id codes;
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Plug such a device into a F11 machine.
2. Wait a little for HW detection to complete
1. Modem is detected
2. SD Card is not detected.
1. Modem is detected
2. SD Card is detected.
Can you attach the boot logs after booting the failing and working kernels?
1) boot the failing kernel
2) boot the working one
3) attach /var/log/dmesg.old and /var/log/dmesg as separate plain-text attachments
Created attachment 363467 [details]
FC10 Live CD dmesg output
Created attachment 363468 [details]
FC11 Live CD dmesg output
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