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From: "David Guerizec" <david@...>
Subject: Re: Problem with flash card reader
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 00:10:28 +0200 (CEST)
> David Guerizec wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I recently bought a no-name flash card reader, and I have a problem
>> making
>> it work under gentoo.
>>
>> I tested it under Ubuntu-amd64, and it works well.
>> By 'well' I mean when I insert a card into the reader, the corresponding
>> device /dev/sd[letter][number] is automatically created and I can mount
>> the partition.

[snip]

> I think I have the same problem with my USB flash card reader. But I run
> sg_map (from sg3_utils) as root to make the device appear (in my case
> its /dev/sda1)
> I would be really interested to know if you manage to make it happen
> automatically when inserting a card into the reader.

Sorry, no :/
But thanks for the sg_map trick, this was (and still is unfortunatly) very
useful.

> If I have the card inserted while I connect the USB cable to the
> computer the /dev/sda1 device appears automatically, but as you say
> there seems to be no USB event happening when inserting a card afterwards.

Same symptoms here. What kind/brand of card reader do you have ?

> /Andreas

David

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