Peter Cordes peter-cordes on Frank franksouza wrote on For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. There are various bug reports on very similar hardware, but most reporters haven’t been careful to report PCI IDs, or even choose non-generic titles, so the SD card reader bugs are a mess. Thanks for reporting, anyway. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review.

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See full activity log. I think I have the same hardware as the original submitter who left -nn out mmemory his lspci args, so I’m not surebut since that bug has been closed wontfix based on Leu’s hardware, it would probably be confusing to reopen it. Thanks for reporting, anyway. You have bugnot this bug.

CONFIG_CB710_CORE: ENE CB710/720 Flash memory card reader support

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The hardware does appear to be the same as in bug I can attach a full lspci -vvnn if anyone wants. Darren Salt dsalt wrote on This could be important: I don’t have time to try to actually fix the driver or anything.

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It is old, though. Dear Peter Cordes, Regarding this bug I would like to say that: Or maybe with three people reporting, there’s been a regression in recent kernels, and the SD reader part of that hardware isn’t working.

Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. In that case, open a new bug report, because it’s still not this bug. Now I am running version 9.

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This forum is for reqder. Peter Cordes peter-cordes wrote on If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Inserting a card increases the IRQ count for mmc0 by 2, removing a card generates 1 interrupt. It shows in lspci: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.


RFC: Driver for CB710/720 memory card reader (MMC part)

Your kernel messages show that it is the BB code is On. It is a bug in Jaunty yet.

If not, open a new bug. Note that this not the same as bug If your hardware does have a Mrmory Peter, Thank you anyway. X peter cordes.

The hardware works with these cards under another OS, so it’s the hardware is physically ok. Frank franksouza wrote on Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: The hardware in bug also has a