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USB SD card reader must be reinserted at USB (SOLVED)
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gychang


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Location: San Diego, CA

PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 19:17    Post subject:  USB SD card reader must be reinserted at USB (SOLVED)
Subject description: BionicPup64 - USB daemon?
 

Running the latest BionicPup64, seems to work fine, except for a minor problem. I have a USB SD card reader, when I put in a SD card (from digital camera), it does not get recognized by pmount with refreshing. BUT if I remove and reinsert the USB (not the SD card) dongle than I can read my SD card. Should there be a daemon that recognizes as soon as a SD card is inserted in the USB dongle?

any help will be appreciated.

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 19:59    Post subject:  

Try booting Bionicpup64 with the USB SD card reader plugged in with a SD card in it.
Is SD card showing, with a drive icon on the desktop?
If yes.
Remove the SD card.
Does the drive icon disappear?
Stick it back into the card reader.
What happens?

Pup-Sysinfo>Devices>USB Devices>Summary

What is it showing for the SD card reader?

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PostPosted: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 12:37    Post subject: USB SD card reader must be reinserted at USB port to work  

I rebooted with SD card in USB dongle attached. It show up as a desktop icon, BUT when I remove the SD card with USB dongle attached it does NOT disappear (seems to only see the USB dongle but not the SD). It DOES disappear if I remove the whole USB dongle.

here more info.

Thanks,

--
▶—— USB DEVICES (usb-devices) ——◀

VendorID=1d6b ProductID=0002 Rev=04.19
Manufacturer=Linux 4.19.23 ehci_hcd
Product=EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber=0000:00:1a.0
Driver=hub

VendorID=8087 ProductID=8008 Rev=00.05
Driver=hub

VendorID=1d6b ProductID=0002 Rev=04.19
Manufacturer=Linux 4.19.23 ehci_hcd
Product=EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber=0000:00:1d.0
Driver=hub

VendorID=8087 ProductID=8000 Rev=00.05
Driver=hub

VendorID=1d6b ProductID=0002 Rev=04.19
Manufacturer=Linux 4.19.23 xhci-hcd
Product=xHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber=0000:00:14.0
Driver=hub

VendorID=046d ProductID=0825 Rev=00.10
SerialNumber=D47DED20
Driver=uvcvideo
Driver=snd-usb-audio

VendorID=058f ProductID=6332 Rev=02.05
Manufacturer=
Product=USB Reader
SerialNumber=058F63326337
Driver=usb-storage

VendorID=046d ProductID=c52b Rev=24.05
Manufacturer=Logitech
Product=USB Receiver
Driver=usbhid

VendorID=0bda ProductID=0184 Rev=84.13
Manufacturer=Generic
Product=USB2.0-CRW
SerialNumber=20100818841300000
Driver=ums-realtek

VendorID=0d8c ProductID=0008 Rev=01.00
Product=C-Media USB Audio Device
Driver=snd-usb-audio
Driver=usbhid

VendorID=1d6b ProductID=0003 Rev=04.19
Manufacturer=Linux 4.19.23 xhci-hcd
Product=xHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber=0000:00:14.0
Driver=hub
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PostPosted: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 22:45    Post subject:  

I was hopping the Pup-Sysinfo would show the manufacture and model of this USB SD card reader.

Has it ever been able to do as you want?

Quote:
Plug-and-Play and Hot-Swap compatible

This feature is needed to be able to do what you want.
Should be a listed feature in the readers specs.

Have you got specific information on make and model or the specific features info?

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PostPosted: Fri 16 Aug 2019, 13:00    Post subject:  

bigpup wrote:
I was hopping the Pup-Sysinfo would show the manufacture and model of this USB SD card reader.

Has it ever been able to do as you want?

Quote:
Plug-and-Play and Hot-Swap compatible

This feature is needed to be able to do what you want.
Should be a listed feature in the readers specs.

Have you got specific information on make and model or the specific features info?


Here is the back of the USB dongle... Model is GFR209, Iogear
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PostPosted: Mon 19 Aug 2019, 09:31    Post subject:  

@ gychang:-

Your issue sounds almost exactly like the one that I had with re-assigning mount-points to an external, PCI-e mounted USB 3.0 Seagate Expansion drive, when re-awakening from 'sleep' mode. This is on a desktop, not a laptop, so the usual acpi stuff doesn't apply.

I had complete success with the issue by following, and using, jafadmins tutorial and script/.pet, etc, for implementing 'udev-rules'. Have a look here, and see if this will solve your problem:-

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=112558

All it does is to create a permanent 'mount-point' for any given drive within Puppy's own file-system. I think it makes use of the drive's UUID.....the unique identifier that is a part of every drive's identity as presented to the OS. And it will always recognise the drive after that, regardless of which port you plug the drive into.

Let us know if that helps at all, please. It definitely worked for me!


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