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Ken Heard 03-20-2012 02:29 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
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I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which has a built-in SD card slot. The
operating system is Lenny.

Ever since I bought this laptop in May 2008 I have been able to mount in
it SDHC cards from my Canon 60D digital camera. The relevant line in
fstab is and has always been:

/dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd vfat user,noauto,noatime 0 0

Within the last three hours however -- through no conscious intervention
on my part -- I have been unable to mount an SDHC card installed in this
slot. The command "mount sd" returns the following:

mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist

I will consequently be grateful for advice to help me find out what is
wrong and how to fix it.

Regards, Ken Heard

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Camaleón 03-20-2012 02:57 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 22:29:28 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:

> I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which has a built-in SD card slot. The
> operating system is Lenny.
>
> Ever since I bought this laptop in May 2008 I have been able to mount in
> it SDHC cards from my Canon 60D digital camera. The relevant line in
> fstab is and has always been:
>
> /dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd vfat user,noauto,noatime 0 0

If you're using a DE, I would let it to mount external devices
automatically, that is, by commenting (#) the above line in /etc/fstab.
Then, as soon as you attache the card it should be recognized, detected
and mounted under /media.

> Within the last three hours however -- through no conscious intervention
> on my part -- I have been unable to mount an SDHC card installed in this
> slot. The command "mount sd" returns the following:
>
> mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist

And it may be true. Run "/sbin/blkid".

> I will consequently be grateful for advice to help me find out what is
> wrong and how to fix it.

Open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail" and then insert the card to see
what's going on.

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Ken Heard 03-20-2012 03:45 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
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Camaleón wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 22:29:28 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
>
>> I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which has a built-in SD card slot. The
>> operating system is Lenny.
>>
>> Ever since I bought this laptop in May 2008 I have been able to mount in
>> it SDHC cards from my Canon 60D digital camera. The relevant line in
>> fstab is and has always been:
>>
>> /dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd vfat user,noauto,noatime 0 0
>
> If you're using a DE, I would let it to mount external devices
> automatically, that is, by commenting (#) the above line in /etc/fstab.
> Then, as soon as you attache the card it should be recognized, detected
> and mounted under /media.

I did as you suggested -- commented out that line in fstab -- and
inserted the card. It was not recognized, detected or mounted under
media. The DE I am using is KDE 3.5.10.

>> Within the last three hours however -- through no conscious intervention
>> on my part -- I have been unable to mount an SDHC card installed in this
>> slot. The command "mount sd" returns the following:
>>
>> mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist
>
> And it may be true. Run "/sbin/blkid".

It is true; I had already discovered that that device does not now
exist, although it must have existed more than three hours ago.

>> I will consequently be grateful for advice to help me find out what is
>> wrong and how to fix it.
>
> Open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail" and then insert the card to see
> what's going on.

I ran that "dmesg|tail" both before and after installing the SDHC card
On all occasions that command reported nothing.

Ken

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John Jason Jordan 03-20-2012 04:01 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 23:45:58 +0700
Ken Heard <ken@heard.name> dijo:

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>Camaleón wrote:
>> On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 22:29:28 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
>>
>>> I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which has a built-in SD card slot. The
>>> operating system is Lenny.
>>>
>>> Ever since I bought this laptop in May 2008 I have been able to
>>> mount in it SDHC cards from my Canon 60D digital camera. The
>>> relevant line in fstab is and has always been:
>>>
>>> /dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd vfat user,noauto,noatime
>>> 0 0
>>
>> If you're using a DE, I would let it to mount external devices
>> automatically, that is, by commenting (#) the above line
>> in /etc/fstab. Then, as soon as you attache the card it should be
>> recognized, detected and mounted under /media.
>
>I did as you suggested -- commented out that line in fstab -- and
>inserted the card. It was not recognized, detected or mounted under
>media. The DE I am using is KDE 3.5.10.
>
>>> Within the last three hours however -- through no conscious
>>> intervention on my part -- I have been unable to mount an SDHC card
>>> installed in this slot. The command "mount sd" returns the
>>> following:
>>>
>>> mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist
>>
>> And it may be true. Run "/sbin/blkid".
>
>It is true; I had already discovered that that device does not now
>exist, although it must have existed more than three hours ago.
>
>>> I will consequently be grateful for advice to help me find out what
>>> is wrong and how to fix it.
>>
>> Open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail" and then insert the card to see
>> what's going on.
>
>I ran that "dmesg|tail" both before and after installing the SDHC card
>On all occasions that command reported nothing.

This is beginning to sound like hardware failure. The SD card reader in
my T61 failed shortly after the three year warranty ended.


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Camaleón 03-20-2012 04:08 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 23:45:58 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:

> Camaleón wrote:

>> If you're using a DE, I would let it to mount external devices
>> automatically, that is, by commenting (#) the above line in /etc/fstab.
>> Then, as soon as you attache the card it should be recognized, detected
>> and mounted under /media.
>
> I did as you suggested -- commented out that line in fstab -- and
> inserted the card. It was not recognized, detected or mounted under
> media. The DE I am using is KDE 3.5.10.

I think a restart is required for that change to take effect.

>>> mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist
>>
>> And it may be true. Run "/sbin/blkid".
>
> It is true; I had already discovered that that device does not now
> exist, although it must have existed more than three hours ago.

Wow, a ghost card :-)

If the device was detected and recognized, it should be something at
dmesg indicating the presence of the mount point or at least the device
itself. You can filter the output with "dmesg | grep -i sd".

Are you hibernating or suspending the computer? Maybe the card reader
becomes inaccessible/hidden after restoring from suspension :-?

>> Open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail" and then insert the card to see
>> what's going on.
>
> I ran that "dmesg|tail" both before and after installing the SDHC card
> On all occasions that command reported nothing.

Nothing? :-?

Then your kernel is not being aware that there is a card inserted
although it should be automatically detected. I would try by reloading
the kernel module which controls these kind of devices ("modprobe -r
module_name modprobe module_name"). Sorry, I don't know the name of the
module it uses :-P, you can list all of them with "lsmod".

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Frank McCormick 03-20-2012 05:42 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On 20/03/12 01:01 PM, John Jason Jordan wrote:

On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 23:45:58 +0700
Ken Heard<ken@heard.name> dijo:


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Camaleón wrote:

On Tue, 20 Mar 2012 22:29:28 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:


I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which has a built-in SD card slot. The
operating system is Lenny.

Ever since I bought this laptop in May 2008 I have been able to
mount in it SDHC cards from my Canon 60D digital camera. The
relevant line in fstab is and has always been:

/dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd vfat user,noauto,noatime
0 0


If you're using a DE, I would let it to mount external devices
automatically, that is, by commenting (#) the above line
in /etc/fstab. Then, as soon as you attache the card it should be
recognized, detected and mounted under /media.


I did as you suggested -- commented out that line in fstab -- and
inserted the card. It was not recognized, detected or mounted under
media. The DE I am using is KDE 3.5.10.


Within the last three hours however -- through no conscious
intervention on my part -- I have been unable to mount an SDHC card
installed in this slot. The command "mount sd" returns the
following:

mount: special device /dev/mmcblk0p1 does not exist


And it may be true. Run "/sbin/blkid".


It is true; I had already discovered that that device does not now
exist, although it must have existed more than three hours ago.


I will consequently be grateful for advice to help me find out what
is wrong and how to fix it.


Open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail" and then insert the card to see
what's going on.


I ran that "dmesg|tail" both before and after installing the SDHC card
On all occasions that command reported nothing.


This is beginning to sound like hardware failure. The SD card reader in
my T61 failed shortly after the three year warranty ended.




Sorry getting in on this late --- have you tried mounting a
*different** SD card ?



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Charles Kroeger 03-20-2012 10:23 PM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
I find where the SD card is by checking the list on:

# /dev/disk/by-id

without fail the card reader will be assigned a disk number like sde. If the
reader is sde then the SD card stuck in the reader will be sde1

# mount -t vfat /dev/sde1 /media/ (I made a directory here)

I use the mount command with the vfat file system because the file system on
all these cameras seem to be a vfat variation. (then)

# cd /media/(my directory)

I use gThumb to import the pictures from 'my directory'. This also works for
picassa

It's kind of a steam driven procedure but I can't see why this wouldn't
work for anyone with a Debian system.

Before you suggest, I didn't put the mount -t vfat etc command in fstab
because I don't want to see a message every time I boot the computer without
the SD card in the reader saying sde1 can't be found and doesn't exist.

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Ken Heard 03-21-2012 02:34 AM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
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John Jason Jordan wrote:

> This is beginning to sound like hardware failure. The SD card reader in
> my T61 failed shortly after the three year warranty ended.

I think you may be right. Further investigation revealed the text at
the end of this post -- returned by command "cat /var/log/syslog.1|grep
mmc". This part of syslog.1 was created at the time the OS no longer
could read a SDHC card in the built-in reader and my subsequent attempts
to try to get it to do so.

The dev file for this particular card reader has always been
/dev/mmcblk0p1. I never did pay any attention as to how this file was
created; I merely assumed that the OS created it on boot whenever it
detected the built-in card reader. It now longer appears. I did try to
create it manually but it made no difference; indeed when after doing so
I rebooted, that file disappeared.

If I interpreted correctly the text below the OS may detect the presence
of the card but no longer will read it. I suppose my solution now is to
invest in an external "n"-in-1 card reader with the capacity to read the
high capacity SD cards and use it instead of the internal reader.

Ken

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Mar 20 14:32:41 R61 kernel: [24381.761612] ricoh-mmc: Suspending.
Mar 20 14:32:41 R61 kernel: [24381.761638] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
re-enabled.
Mar 20 14:32:41 R61 kernel: [24387.313190] ricoh-mmc: Resuming.
Mar 20 14:32:41 R61 kernel: [24387.313210] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 17:39:10 R61 kernel: [ 1.772657] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 17:39:10 R61 kernel: [ 1.772660] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.100884] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.100884] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.107613] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.107621] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.749027] mmc0: new high speed SDHC
card at address b368
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.756112] mmcblk0: mmc0:b368 NCard
31271936KiB (ro)
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.756112] mmcblk0:<3>mmc0: Card
removed during transfer!
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.756112] mmc0: Resetting controller.
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.758794] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.758855] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.758917] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.761091] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.761165] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.761241] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.765084] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.765084] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.765084] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.767132] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.767205] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.767268] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.769671] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.769671] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.769671] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.771806] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.771885] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.771963] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776385] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776472] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776554] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776697] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776697] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.776697] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.778725] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.778816] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.779506] Dev mmcblk0: unable to read
RDB block 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.780964] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.781037] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.783192] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.783282] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.785816] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.785816] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.787862] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.787944] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.792327] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.792421] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.796689] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.796689] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.796689] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 8
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.796689] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 16
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.796689] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.798706] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 4.798777] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 17:39:11 R61 kernel: [ 5.265418] mmc0: card b368 removed
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 1.713422] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 1.713422] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 2.680958] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 2.682975] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 3.985961] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 3.986590] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.624717] mmc0: new high speed SDHC
card at address b368
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.632233] mmcblk0: mmc0:b368 NCard
31271936KiB
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.632233] mmcblk0:<3>mmc0: Card
removed during transfer!
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.632780] mmc0: Resetting controller.
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636743] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636743] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636743] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636765] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636765] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.636765] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.637772] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.637845] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.637912] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.641777] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.641777] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.641777] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.645802] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.645881] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.645943] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647441] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647441] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647441] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647478] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647567] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.647645] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.650063] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.650063] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.650063] Buffer I/O error on device
mmcblk0, logical block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.654092] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.654179] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.654179] Dev mmcblk0: unable to read
RDB block 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656722] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656807] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656956] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656956] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656981] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.656981] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.660985] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.661073] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.664686] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.664774] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.670083] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.670083] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.670083] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 8
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.670083] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 16
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.670083] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 24
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.674758] mmcblk0: error -123 sending
read/write command
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 4.674758] end_request: I/O error, dev
mmcblk0, sector 0
Mar 20 18:22:03 R61 kernel: [ 5.146757] mmc0: card b368 removed
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 1.731415] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 1.731415] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 4.498654] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 4.498688] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 4.499726] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 18:38:29 R61 kernel: [ 4.502667] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 1.714133] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 1.714133] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 2.820752] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 2.820752] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 2.820753] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 18:45:38 R61 kernel: [ 2.822747] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 1.693520] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 1.693520] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 2.765554] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 2.765554] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 2.772283] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 20:01:55 R61 kernel: [ 2.772283] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 1.735004] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 1.735004] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 4.078080] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 4.078080] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 4.078080] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 21:56:27 R61 kernel: [ 4.078080] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 1.764436] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 1.764436] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 2.799002] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 2.799002] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 4.086372] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 20 23:30:53 R61 kernel: [ 4.086372] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 1.715705] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
Controller disabling driver
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 1.715705] ricoh-mmc: Copyright(c)
Philip Langdale
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 2.709357] mmc0: Will use DMA mode even
though HW doesn't fully claim to support it.
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 2.713180] mmc0: SDHCI at 0xf8301000 irq
18 DMA
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 2.713609] ricoh-mmc: Ricoh MMC
controller found at 0000:15:00.3 [1180:0843] (rev 11)
Mar 21 07:53:42 R61 kernel: [ 2.713609] ricoh-mmc: Controller is now
disabled.

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John Jason Jordan 03-21-2012 02:48 AM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On Wed, 21 Mar 2012 10:34:31 +0700
Ken Heard <ken@heard.name> dijo:

>If I interpreted correctly the text below the OS may detect the
>presence of the card but no longer will read it. I suppose my
>solution now is to invest in an external "n"-in-1 card reader with the
>capacity to read the high capacity SD cards and use it instead of the
>internal reader.

I should add that mine is a Ricoh also. Also that the Linux Thinkpad
thinkwiki page and the listserve are full of problems with hardware
failures and general flakiness.

Let me know what kind of "n"-in-one card reader you find. I could use
one as well.


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Keith McKenzie 03-21-2012 08:31 AM

Can no longer mount SDHC card
 
On 20/03/12 23:23, Charles Kroeger wrote:

Before you suggest, I didn't put the mount -t vfat etc command in fstab
because I don't want to see a message every time I boot the computer without
the SD card in the reader saying sde1 can't be found and doesn't exist.

I've got a feeling if you put 'users' on the fstab line it will cure
that, & anyone in the 'users' group should be able to mount it.



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