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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I have a flash card reader which is designed to read from 5 different types of flash cards that I'm trying to get working with debian. I plugged it into my linux box with a flash card with some data on it and linux detected the device being attached and loaded the usb-storage driver, lsmod and dmesg confirm this. When I tried to mount the flash card device /dev/sda1, I got an I/O Error. My assumption is that it is trying to read from some other flash chip that I have and not my ...

  1. #1

    Default All-in-One flash card reader.

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    I have a flash card reader which is designed to read
    from 5 different types of flash cards that I'm trying
    to get working with debian. I plugged it into my
    linux box with a flash card with some data on it and
    linux detected the device being attached and loaded
    the usb-storage driver, lsmod and dmesg confirm this.
    When I tried to mount the flash card device /dev/sda1,
    I got an I/O Error. My assumption is that it is trying
    to read from some other flash chip that I have and not
    my compact flash card. I also tried sd[b-d] and get
    no device/bad address errors. Does linux not support
    flash cards with more then one flash bay?

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    Default Re: All-in-One flash card reader.

    On Thu, 2003-07-24 at 11:38, Loren M Lang wrote:
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    > I have a flash card reader which is designed to read
    > from 5 different types of flash cards that I'm trying
    > to get working with debian. I plugged it into my
    > linux box with a flash card with some data on it and
    > linux detected the device being attached and loaded
    > the usb-storage driver, lsmod and dmesg confirm this.
    > When I tried to mount the flash card device /dev/sda1,
    > I got an I/O Error. My assumption is that it is trying
    > to read from some other flash chip that I have and not
    > my compact flash card. I also tried sd[b-d] and get
    > no device/bad address errors. Does linux not support
    > flash cards with more then one flash bay?
    >
    Try /dev/sda2-5

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    Default All-in-one flash card reader.

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    I have a usb flash card reader I bought for my debian box
    and I tried to plug it in with a flash card to test it and
    couldn't get it to work. I know the flash card is valid,
    it works on linux with a different single type flash card
    reader, but not with my 5 in one flash card reader.
    usb-storage loads and dmesg reports a new scsi drive at
    sda. I've tried mounting /dev/sda and /dev/sda[1-4], but
    only get input/output errors. My only guess it that linux
    it trying to read a different slot which has nothing in it.

    I would post more info like dmesg output, but it will be a
    week before I can get back to that system.

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    Default Re: All-in-One flash card reader.

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    On 24 Jul 2003, Dale Hair wrote:
    > On Thu, 2003-07-24 at 11:38, Loren M Lang wrote:
    > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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    > >
    > > I have a flash card reader which is designed to read
    > > from 5 different types of flash cards that I'm trying
    > > to get working with debian. I plugged it into my
    > > linux box with a flash card with some data on it and
    > > linux detected the device being attached and loaded
    > > the usb-storage driver, lsmod and dmesg confirm this.
    > > When I tried to mount the flash card device /dev/sda1,
    > > I got an I/O Error. My assumption is that it is trying
    > > to read from some other flash chip that I have and not
    > > my compact flash card. I also tried sd[b-d] and get
    > > no device/bad address errors. Does linux not support
    > > flash cards with more then one flash bay?
    > >
    >
    > Try /dev/sda2-5
    That did not work, besides a flash card can have multiple
    partitions on it, I have a flash card with a win and linux
    partition. Does anyone know how scsi cd changers work, I
    have a ide cd changer and I use eject -c[0-3] to change it,
    but I believe that's only for atapi drives.
    >
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