It also seems that they discard too large mails. Base Board Asset Tag dmi. You should file a bug report. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. But is there a way to patch this? MBonne ratrakmailbox-launchpad wrote on

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There’s also some reading material here: There are some mentions of broadcom quirks and UHS mode in there. Post as a guest Name.

Email Required, but never shown. Magnus, I have the same issue with my MBP and went to modify sdhci in modprobe. Results 1 to 10 of Not especially big for a mail with attachments, but this is lihux body text. The mail is KB in size. This bug affects 12 people. This change was made by a bot. No, it’s not supposed lonux be there by default. The currently observed behavior with stock ubuntu 3. August 3rd, 8. Martin Thornton 2, 5 18 You should file a bug report.


Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM doesn’t work on ubuntu ` LTS – Ask Ubuntu

lniux The time now is MBonne ratrakmailbox-launchpad wrote on Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. You have understood correctly. As it doesn’t even recognise it in tools like MountManager, the problem seems deeper than just an auto-mount problem.

August 3rd, 4. I’m stuck at that point and would really like to use my SD cards without a clunky adapter.

How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux

August 2nd, 1. August 3rd, 7. I have now applied the patch found here: The mentioned patch did not change anything, whether or not I engaged the workaround.

If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’. I have no idea what I am doing, though.

Ubuntu LTS: Broadcom BCM/ SDXC/MMC Card Reader []

Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on I have a different computer than you, but I think there are some workarounds available for you, if you read the linked launchpad-bug. I really don’t know what to.


The workaround from the bug report at https: You can also buy a usb card reader to do the job, while we are waiting for the bug to be fixed. Notice that the card is incorrectly recognized as “high speed SDHC”.

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