[Novalug] How to get Linux to recognize Lexar multi-card reader
kkauffman at headfog.com
Tue Mar 27 12:25:51 EDT 2007
Here are all the relevant activated components in my kernel. Look under
USB storage areas for specific devices just in case and make sure SCSI is
enabled (which it looks like it is). DEVICEFS is important.
On Tue, March 27, 2007 12:14, Roger W. Broseus wrote:
> Try booting Ubuntu or Knoppix from CD and then plug it in. Take a look at
> relevant config files, etc., if the card is recognized.
> Roger W. Broseus
>> Hi. I am using a 2.6.19 gentoo kernel and I can't get the system to
>> recognize my Lexar multi-card reader. Now I have usb mass storage
>> configured as a module and every possible support option answered as y
>> for that module. I am using udev and what happens is that it creates
>> the /dev/sdc, but never the /dev/sdc1 and if I create it by hand it
>> says no media found when I try to mount the thing. I know the card
>> reader is working -- it works under that other operating system.
>> Any assistance would be appreciated.
>> Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
>> How do
>> you spend it?
>> John Covici
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