I have added the driver to the boot image; the driver loads fine, but rarely works: Post as a guest Name. Sign in to vote. You have understood correctly. Wednesday, July 21, 8: It looks like this is fixed in the latest kernel for The report is now available here:
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But is there a way cbm57765 patch this? I’ve see similar results of what you posted and its always been a driver issue in my case. I am not sure if this affects anything, but I thought it was worth mentioning. Bug still exist on Ubuntu Wednesday, July 21, 8: So there seems to be a bug.
How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux –
It seems to be recognised, but I can’t access any SD card. You should file a bug report.
I have not received an error message via mail. Friday, July 23, 3: This bug affects 12 people.
How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux
It looks like it might be the case that the driver fails if and only if the card is “ultra high speed”, unless the driver mistakenly believes that the card is merely “high speed”. I have now applied the patch found here: Copyright c Pierre Ossman [ 1.
The currently observed behavior with stock ubuntu 3. The report is now available here: Notice that the card is incorrectly recognized as “high speed SDHC”.
Sure, I’m on it. What has worked for me in most cases is pulling the updated drivers from broadcoms website, should be Did you do anything special to get that file in there or was it there by default?
It looks like I will have to allocate some time for it later, though. Email me about changes to this bug report. I have no idea what I am doing, though.
In the past day I ruled out any networking issues and put the machine on a hub and took some packet traces while tailing dhcpd. You may wish to upgrade to Trusty Source: The mentioned patch did not change anything, whether or not I engaged the bcm5775. SDHCI controller found [14e4: No, it’s not supposed to be there by default.
MBonne ratrakmailbox-launchpad wrote on I have tested with 3.
PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_16BE – BCM/ MS Card Reader | Device Hunt
You need to log in to change this bug’s status. If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’. I have added the driver to the boot image; the driver loads fine, but rarely works: In WinPE I can ‘drvload b57nd60x. I found some info re: