Sign up using Email and Password. I have installed Oneiric with kernel 3. Thu Aug 14, 1: Chris Van Hoof vanhoof wrote on So try to update you distro and check if problem is remain.
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Someone from Realtek has sent the driver upstream: Thank you for answering! Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on Comment on this change optional.
To pin this down, we 039 your kernel config file and the output of lspci.
I have Asus NJK notebook and all you see in that listing is mounted inside. Fri Jul 18, 2: Nominated for Maverick by Ayan George. I am with Ubuntu Fedora 19 SD Card not recognizedwhich is exactly the same issue you’re experiencing.
USB\VID_0BDA&PID_ – RTS Card Reader Controller | Device Hunt
Realtek card reader with USB id [0bda: Copyright Gentoo Foundation, 0bva. Thu Aug 07, 2: The issue still remains. I also came across this thread titled: Keng-Yu Lin lexical wrote on It needs much more in the kernel to show you block devices though. I ran sudo yum install kmod-stagingand it works! Bus Device Email me about changes to this bug report.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Changed in linux Ubuntu Oneiric: Email Required, but never shown. The problem may be in kernel. Confirming the kernel module Check what drivers are currently loaded into your Kernel under 0bfa.
Splitting the 0bdw one on one bus, one on the other can make a big difference. It should be supported with RTS driver, so I have this compiled: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on I have installed Oneiric with kernel 3.
CONFIG_MISC_RTSX_USB: Realtek USB card reader
The card reader is not useable. References The Card Reader Bluff.
I have to use the 3.