I am continuing to google. Please reboot your computer. This bug was fixed in the package linux – 2. There is a setting for the cpi slots to be enabled as ‘master bus’ boot devices. The driver did not hit the 2. Let’s just look at the whole dmesg. To post a comment you must log in.
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Verify by inserting a SDHC card which can be detected in The Intel card doesn’t seem to have been assigned an eth designation, and I haven’t found a way to activate it yet. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Bug Edit that line to add nolapic.
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No such device Cannot get message level: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. This laptop is not dual-boot. Highlight the top line and press e for edit.
On the Dell Latitude from bugthe card reader now recognizes the card being inserted BUT does not get auto-mounted. Keng-Yu Lin lexical on Local Loopback inet addr: 10fc have no eth card around, thinking about buying a usb wifi to be online.
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Chris Van Hoof vanhoof on Please open a terminal and do: The driver author from Realtek fixed the compiling error against 2. Let’s just look at the whole dmesg.
I think this is supposed to work with a module too. In your dmesg, your Intel card is not recognized at all.
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Have some strange issues on my Acer Aspire laptop running Ubuntu 9. Checked on the windows driver provide by manufacturer, look like Realtek usb card reader is not supported. Btw, pci bus controller send some strange info on computer startup, friend of my tell it can be broken on motherboard. Please attach it to your 10ecc for our study.
There is a setting for the cpi slots to be enabled as ‘master bus’ boot devices. It is verified to work on Maverick, but failed to get compiled on 2.
Tim Gardner timg-tpi wrote on Per Comment 7 that is expected behaviour, this is a PCI based card reader, which does not appear to have the appropriate hooks available to do the automount.
Thank you for help! Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew on Changed in udisks Ubuntu Natty: I am actually having a similar problem right now getting Ubuntu to recognize my second ethernet adapter on an 8. Cannot get device settings: See full activity log.
Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew wrote on Package Find… Status Importance Invalid.