Hi list, I finally got my hands on an sd-card reader/writer, and as I have been trying to get a hold of one for some time I was eager to update my firmware I jumped straight at the FAQ. Where I was discouraged by the fact that I have no idea about what device I'm using. Anyway, an answer is almost always a google away, so I found this link http://vic.gedris.org/linux-UsbMassStorage/ which tells you to do the following steps to determine which device you would like to flash. 1. Install sg3-utils package $sudo apt-get update $sudo apt-get install sg3-utils 2. List the raw scsi- devices on your system $sg_scan -i 3. Have a look at the list printed out, and determine which SCSI- device is most likely your USB- card reader/writer. 4. Run sg_map to see what SCSI- device is associated with the USB sdcard r/w- device. $sg_map Thought this might be something for the wiki- page... Instead of having just a warning, there could be a warning and a solution =;o]. But since I Cheers! Mattias K.
on 2008-11-14 12:02
on 2008-11-14 17:54
On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 2:00 AM, Mattias K. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Thought this might be something for the wiki- page... Instead of having just > a warning, there could be a warning and a solution =;o]. But since I Go ahead and update it, that's what wikis are for. login: guest password: gnuradio -Johnathan