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ftegen
Hello,

I have pdaXrom 1.1.0beta1 installed on my SL-C860.

It worked very well until yesterday. Actually it still works, but only without my SD card. It is not mounted anymore. There is no "mmcd" or similar device in the /dev/ folder and I suppose that this is the reason for the mounting problems.

I am not at all a Linux expert, therefore I don´t know if my assumption is really correct.

Is there a simple solution without having to reinstall everything?

I´ve found two threads by a search in the forums but both didn´t help. One was to install a new hotplug.gz file, the other was to create a node manually for the /dev/mmcd.

Thanks!
Florian
adf
QUOTE(ftegen @ Sep 1 2006, 09:16 AM)
Hello,

I have pdaXrom 1.1.0beta1 installed on my SL-C860.

It worked very well until yesterday. Actually it still works, but only without my SD card. It is not mounted anymore. There is no "mmcd" or similar device in the /dev/ folder and I suppose that this is the reason for the mounting problems.

I am not at all a Linux expert, therefore I don´t know if my assumption is really correct.

Is there a simple solution without having to reinstall everything?

I´ve found two threads by a search in the forums but both didn´t help. One was to install a new hotplug.gz file, the other was to create a node manually for the /dev/mmcd.

Thanks!
Florian
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you cuold try just running /etc/sdcontrol
ftegen
QUOTE(adf @ Sep 1 2006, 08:49 AM)
QUOTE(ftegen @ Sep 1 2006, 09:16 AM)
Hello,

I have pdaXrom 1.1.0beta1 installed on my SL-C860.

It worked very well until yesterday. Actually it still works, but only without my SD card. It is not mounted anymore. There is no "mmcd" or similar device in the /dev/ folder and I suppose that this is the reason for the mounting problems.

I am not at all a Linux expert, therefore I don´t know if my assumption is really correct.

Is there a simple solution without having to reinstall everything?

I´ve found two threads by a search in the forums but both didn´t help. One was to install a new hotplug.gz file, the other was to create a node manually for the /dev/mmcd.

Thanks!
Florian
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you cuold try just running /etc/sdcontrol
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Unfortunately this didn´t help!

But thanks for the tip.
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