Subject: Re: USB card reader
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jan Danielsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/19/2006 02:10:27
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Jan Danielsson wrote:
> I have an USB multi-card (SD, CF, etc) reader in my NetBSD/amd64 3.0=
> system. It is behaving oddly, IMHO. When I boot an Ubuntu LiveCD on thi=
> particular system, and insert a SD card into the card reader, it detect=
> the card, and mounts it.
> When I have NetBSD booted and insert a SD card into the reader, I ge=
> no response from the console (which I kind of expected to get, since it=
> does print some stuff when I insert my USB memory stick), but the
> reader's LED lights up. I tried mounting various Usual Suspects
> (/dev/sd0e, /dev/sd1e, etc), without any luck. Anyway.. What's worse is=
> that I get this:
Silly me. Turns out I hadn't enabled ehci, since there's a comment
about it not being ready for prime time in the config-file. Once I
enabled it, it seems to be working.
Concerning that comment.. In what way is it not ready for prime time?
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