It is not for Gutsy. Nov 22, 1: Now insert a card and it should auto mount. Ask a new question Ask a new question Cancel. Upgraded to Gutsy, repeated the patching process and I can’t get it to work.

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I guess xD cards don’t work in Isadora? Do you know any other way to get debug information? Compile the good tifm modules version 0. It’s now available for download for free on supported Macs.

Here’s how should be distro-agnostic: If you see a tifm update on the update manager, you should probably run the uninstall script before updating. No license, either express or implied, by estoppel or otherwise, is granted by TI.

Same behavour, after inserting MMC everything looked good If you have a related question, please click the ” Ask a related texas instruments 5-in-1 multimedia card reader ” button in the top right corner.

If you have an external USB reader you can probably connect it and read from the card until you have fixed the internal -5in-1. Create your very own Internet radio station.

Ubuntu Linux Tips & Tricks: HOWTO: Texas Instruments SD/MMC card reader

Works after reboot very well with Kubuntu 7. Do you have a Texas Instruments SD card reader on your laptop? If I do get a solution I’ll post it. Right click on install.

You should see these lines at the end of the “lspci” command. This thread has been locked. Nov 23, Newer Post Older Post Home. But thanks anyway for your kind support, see that many people have managed their Card Reader thanks to your guide. If you have the same result as I had, you can continue the rest of the guide in order to get your Texas Instruments card reader working.

Save that installer file somewhere Desktop works and extract texas instruments 5-in-1 multimedia card reader or use the “Archive Manager” to extract it immediately. Thank you in any case.

All content and materials on this site are provided “as is”. Board index All times are UTC I’m running a Cqrd Inspiron m, fwiw.

Texas Instruments 5-in-1 Card Reader under Ubuntu Edgy

Thanks for the tip. The patch here installed a newer version of the driver in Feisty.

Check and see if it’s that device that’s showing that in the logs. There’s still compiling involved, but it’ll be painless.

Posted by Mackenzie at Monday, April 23, The modules for the card reader aren’t loading. Tried two different SD cards to eliminate a bad card. I’m not on a linux system at the moment, so I cannot verify the path. Is this a hardware problem or I should update something like the drivers or firmware.