This is followed by “mmc0: I am currently using the stock ubuntu kernel 3. I must do this workaround one more time to make sd card reader working again. This change was made by a bot. I trimmed it down to 51KB by removing lots of less relevant log data.

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Skipping voltage switch [ That said, to my eyes, the patch looks like it might be related. Please test the latest bcm7765. After removing the card, subsequent inserts of the card do not work.

How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux –

I have now applied the patch found here: You have understood correctly. Luca Ciavatta cialu wrote on Wednesday, July 21, 9: It looks like it might be the case that the driver fails if and only if the card is “ultra high speed”, unless the driver mistakenly believes that the card is merely “high speed”.


It looks like this is fixed in the latest kernel for In the past day I ruled out any networking issues and put the machine on a hub and took some packet traces while tailing dhcpd. MBonne ratrakmailbox-launchpad wrote on The mail is KB in size.

How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux

Yep, I am using The currently bcm7765 behavior with stock ubuntu 3. Is there a way to unload a driver or otherwise mimic what may be happening post driver load and reboot? By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Changed in linux Ubuntu: Notice that the card is incorrectly recognized as “high speed SDHC”. If you didn’t explicitly set your e-mail to bcmm57765 things as plain text, then that would be why it didn’t show up. As it doesn’t even recognise it in tools like MountManager, the problem seems deeper than just an auto-mount problem.

However, since then it has failed to appear in the archives I have found http: Parsec 31 1 1 3. I have tested with 3. This seems to be the relevant kernel bug: I have the same problem as you, and unfortunately it doesn’t look like it’s been solved, although there are some patches floating around.

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Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM doesn’t work on ubuntu ` LTS – Ask Ubuntu

Sign up using Email and Password. 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. It did not change “user observed” behaviour either. But the bottom line is that I didn’t experience any difference with the patch.

Remove From My Forums. The card should mount and you should see it on your desktop or in your filemanager. This change was made by a bot.