First check that it is recognised, look through the output of dmesg, use less, (i.e. dmesg | less).See if it is mounted anywhere, needs a card to be inserted, run 'mount'.If it isn't mounted, mount it as root.
After one of the updates, my Ubuntu 12.10 stopped auto-mounting the SD-card in the internal Card-reader. It is a SAMSUNG q45 laptop, and the card is a typical Sony 4GB, which works perfectly on a camera.
following upgrade of my desktop to karmic, SD cards inserted into the USB card reader arentr recognised.
ive got a netbook running eeebuntu that has also been upgraded and they are still recognised when inserted into the slot.
[ 130.846954] usb 3-1.1: usbfs: interface 0 claimed by usblp while 'usb' sets config #1
I am trying to mount a SD memory card in linux 2.6.15 kernel. The slot I am using is Arasan PCI card which has a SDIO slot. When I inserted the module sdmmc.ko corresponding to Arasan card, in the dmesg I am able to see the card information like manufacture id, memory size, 4 bit etc.
I have a Kingston Micro SDHC card that I use in my E-reader, and I tried to put it in my Laptop to move some books onto it. It has mounted before but this time it didn't mount at all. In the terminal I typed tail -f /var/log/syslog and it recognised the SD card but it didn't mount it.
I am unable to mount SD cards on my Acer Aspire One 756-2420 (running Crunchbang Waldorf).If I start the machine with the card in the slot, it mounts, but otherwise it won't detect it.I can automatically mount and unmount these cards on someone else's Ubuntu laptop, but not on this machine's internal card reader.lf I run lspci, this is what I find:04:00.1 SD Host controller: Broadco
When I plugin USB 3.0 external media(flash pen, HDD, Card Reader..) to USB 3.0 port, udisksvm can't mount it, dmesg show:xhci_hcd 0000:05:00.0: WARN Successful completion on short TX: needs XHCI_TRUST_TX_LENGTH quirk?but it can be mounted with thunar or plugin to USB 2.0 port then udisksvm will auto mounted .It had no problem in linux-ck v3.3.x, so how to fix it?
There is an inconsistency in your infos:the dmesg messages say sdb1, sdb2 for the partitions on the disk, and your commands use sdc1.The udisks command line should use the partition device, just as the mount command:# udisks --mount /dev/sdc1This one should work now.Can you try the 'mount' and 'usdisks --mount' commands as a user, and post the output.