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If I let the system sleep and then wake it up, the card reader does not work. Email me about changes to this bug report. The above workaround works for me, but I need to change the file name to include extension.
Ubuntu 14.04LTS: Broadcom BCM57765/57785 SDXC/MMC Card Reader
You may experience problems. Luca Ciavatta cialu wrote on August 2nd, 1. Rebooting with “irqpoll” as a kernel argument as suggested linkx dmesg output did not affect the issue. August 3rd, 4.
SDHCI controller found [14e4: August 3rd, 2. But is there a way to patch this? In all cases it says “Connected” to my wired internet, but actually the internet isn’t working.
# – base: Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM not working – Debian Bug report logs
If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, for example it will not boot, please add the tag: Reboot or reload sdhci module: The currently bcm5775 behavior with stock ubuntu 3.
I wasn’t very clear: I really need this to work, and there seem to be a lot of people having issues with linux and card-readers, but unfortunately I haven’t found a solution yet. It is available here: Linuc have posted a bug report on quite a similar issue with the SD-card reader of the Acer Aspire V same Broadcom chip.
That might make it work for you. August 3rd, This bug affects 12 people.
As it doesn’t even recognise it in tools like MountManager, the problem seems deeper than just an auto-mount problem. The mail was plaintext all along.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: You can also buy a usb card reader to do the job, while we are waiting for the bug to be fixed. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. This bug is confirmed on Ubuntu It did not change “user observed” behaviour either.
Bug still exist on Ubuntu I’m currently typing all of my posts on my old laptop, where this wired connection is working; I’m also downloading from there, then I’m putting info cbm57765 my flash usb; and also all of the output from my new laptop I put on this flash drive in.