Hi, I have a laptop with an internal memory card slot, however nothing happens when I insert my SD memory card into it. It’s recognised when I check the Hardware Information in Yast, it comes up with the following information
The reader has been working fine for a while now thanks to the tifm driver. The driver was merged into the kernel some time ago (can’t remember what kernel version, but it was either 2.6.18 or 2.6.22). Check lspci to find the exact name of your card reader. Also, look at dmesg right after inserting a card.
TimDavies wrote, On 06/24/2008 11:26 AM:
> That’s a real pity. Fortunately DigiKam works with my camera so I can
> download and delete from the card, however I’d have liked to put movies
> onto it, and use other peoples.
A cheap USB reader will work. I think I paid 7.95 Euro for mine and it is only slightly bigger than a USB stick.
As for your problem: If it is a Texas Instruments chip, it could work.
Open a console.
Become root by typing “su”
If the chip turns out to be a TI, enter
and insert a card.
> Thanks for telling me anyway wehrmacht
But he’s wrong, the cardreader in my Samsung Q45 works fine