Notice that this time, the card is correctly identified as “ultra high speed SDHC”. The bge driver supports the following media types: The workaround from the bug report at https: Support is available using various versions of gmux support available online. Has improved during precise development, I’m no longer noticing these.

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Ah, I was cheering prematurely, sorry. There’s also some reading material here: This is followed by “mmc0: Sign up using Facebook.

Mac Enablement Notes

Bug in broadcom wireless driver, now fixed in precise. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ubuuntu card should mount and you should see it on your desktop or in your filemanager. Parsec 31 1 1 3.

How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux

Using jumbo frames can greatly improve performance for certain tasks, such as file transfers and data streaming. If I let the system sleep and then wake it up, the card reader does not work.


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Ubuntu LTS: Broadcom BCM/ SDXC/MMC Card Reader []

Magnus Hoff, if the problem is reproducible with the latest mainline kernel via http: It also seems that they discard too large mails.

Bug still exist on Ubuntu So there seems to be a bug. Email me about ubunu to this bug report. Please test the latest v3.

However, since then it has failed to appear in the archives I have found http: No, it’s not supposed to be there by default. I have now applied the patch found here: Remote bug watches linux-kernel-bugs Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers.

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hbuntu I trimmed it down to 51KB by removing lots of less relevant log data. I’m having a hard time with this one.

It looks like I will have to allocate some time for it later, though. I have posted a bug report on quite a similar issue with the SD-card reader of the Acer Aspire V same Broadcom chip.


The default value is 0 to disable transmit buffer collapsing. MBonne ratrakmailbox-launchpad wrote on Would it be possible for you to test buuntu latest upstream kernel? This seems to be the ubunt kernel bug: Status changed to Confirmed. I can only use the card one time after a reboot.

Tried this a mix of above workarounds and it worked for the first use of the SD card reader, but if remove the card and put it in again, it isn’t recognized.

On another forum I saw this works. I upgraded and still doesn’t work: