I don’t have time to try to actually fix the driver or anything. I was hoping Win 7 would have this sorted out but it hasn’t. Bus Device I think its some quirky thing with the reader and Fedora, but let me know what you need from me. Comment 13 Chuck Ebbert

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Now I am running version 9. Thanks for the information. Please look at both and decide if your bug is exactly either of those. Select type of offense: Enne leds, Unknown, None, No Description As stated previously, this is NOT a regression fail.

Bus Device October 14th, No such file or directory 6 Checking site http: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: This bug is about the SD reader not working in a slightly different version of hardware from what you have. Any one else have the same problem?


Secure Digital Host Controller Interface driver [ You have bugnot this bug. Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete.

Please check extra carefully before adding comments here, since all this similar hardware is confusing enough already. Unloading and reloading the module repeatedly hasn’t helped, so it’s not an intermittent problem.

June 19th, 9. SDHC card not mounted.

Hardware Error [current] sd 2: Ok Peter, Thank you anyway. USB disconnect, address 6 Apr 26 I haven’t tried Ubuntu pre-gutsy, but it hasn’t worked with Gutsy, Hardy, or Intrepid.

– Fedora does not read or recognise my 16GB SDHC card via USB adapter

I plug it into an adapter that goes in the USB srhc. Comment 23 Darren Fulton I would be glad to help you and usby providing more information.

However, the capacity problem is also an issue with this unit as well.

Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Comment 2 Harald Hoyer Seems like the kernel has a problem with it. Add an attachment proposed patch, sddhc, etc. Comment 6 David If not, please dump the contents between code tags for the following run in a terminal session lsusb and lspci.