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Old 02-11-2011, 03:18 PM
rhalina rhalina is offline
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Default Can't write to SD-Card from R0s' card reader

Hey folks!

I just got a 16GB SDHC Card for my R0. At first I used the card as it comes (formated with one partition FAT). When inserting it to the R0 and mounting it on my computer (which runs Debian GNU/Linux) and started copying files on it everything went fine at first. Then it threw I/O errors (like when the kernel tries to access a mounted filesystem which is unavailable).
If you are interested, here's an extract of my syslog http://paste.debian.net/107363/

I tried to build a new filesystem (fat) with and without a partition - didn't work. In the end I verified that my SD-Card woked with another cardreader - everything's fine there.

Reading from the SD-Card from the R0 is no problem. So it's not that bad as I can fill my card with another reader. But maybe someone has an idea on this (other than some broken hardware

Thanks!
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Old 02-11-2011, 06:55 PM
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In the end I verified that my SD-Card worked with another cardreader - everything's fine there.
So maybe the card reader is causing the issue?
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Old 02-12-2011, 07:00 AM
Lorenz092 Lorenz092 is offline
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So maybe the card reader is causing the issue?
Maybe is an sd hc (a standard above 2 or 4 gb) and your reader is old...I actually don't know if it's possible to be mounted from linux at all but with windows is completely unavailable if the device is old! (but as linux is better... )
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