Mon Apr 14 Magnus Hoff, just to clarify, the patch noted in https: It seems to be recognised, but I can’t access any SD card. Remote bug watches linux-kernel-bugs Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. Penalver penalvch wrote on
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Penalver penalvch wrote on The wired lan works fine, but the card-reader fails. I am currently using the stock ubuntu kernel 3.
Broadcom BCM Nope, nothing’s changed. But the bottom line is that I didn’t experience any difference with the patch.
Ubuntu LTS: Broadcom BCM/ SDXC/MMC Card Reader 
Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on It seems to be recognised, but I can’t access any SD card. I’m stuck at that point and would really like to use my SD cards without a clunky adapter. Ljnux for helping me out with how to do the reporting: I have tested with 3.
That might make it work for you. I have now applied the patch found here: I tried to linxu different linux distros: This is followed by “mmc0: The time now is Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on This seems to be the relevant kernel bug: Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as lonux. Notice that this time, the card is correctly identified as “ultra high speed SDHC”.
linhx The above workaround works for me, but I need to change the file name to include extension. Please provide a direct URL to your e-mail to the mailing list once you have made it so that it may be tracked. Rohith Madhavan 6, 2 20 Broadcom BCM I assume I had to connect my cable gcm57765 the new laptop in order to check the last command, which I did sorry I’m saying those stupid things: Timeout waiting for Buffer Read Ready interrupt during tuning procedure, falling back to fixed sampling clock”.
The mentioned patch did not change anything, whether or not I engaged the workaround. To post a comment you must log in.
Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM doesn’t work on ubuntu ` LTS – Ask Ubuntu
Did you do anything special to get that file in there or was it there by default? You need to log in to change this bug’s status. If you didn’t explicitly set your e-mail to send things as plain text, then that would be why it didn’t show up. Insert SD card and type into terminal as root: Sure, I’m on it.