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debian/ can't read raspi sd

I'm facing serious issues here, with a fully functioning SD card containing Raspbian (created dding the image into the sd) not being read by Debian. My /dev shows the drive as sdb but, where other SDs ...
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How to make sd card as default boot in uboot?

U-Boot 2013.07 (Nov 21 2013 - 18:12:40) Memory: ECC disabled DRAM: 1 GiB MMC: zynq_sdhci: 0 SF: Detected N25Q128A with page size 64 KiB, total 16 MiB In: serial Out: serial Err: serial Net: ...
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Make an SD card to boot the distribution image created with Yocto

I have managed to build images for my own compiled Linux kernel source code using Yocto. Yocto has produced image files according to: ...
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RTS5129 Card Reader with Ubuntu 15.10

I recently bought a notebook, it's an Acer Aspire VN7-571G and it has an integrated SD Card reader. I've never used it since I bought it but I noticed today that by inserting an SD Card into the ...
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Card reader doesn't work on Linux

The system detect my SD card but I cant mount it. This is the lsblk: my@my-N61Jq ~ $ lsblk sdb 8:16 1 29,3G 0 disk and the lsu: my@my-N61Jq ~ $ lsusb Bus 001 Device ...
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Running dd. Why resource is busy?

I just formatted microSD card, and would like to run a dd command. Unfortunately dd command fails: $ sudo dd bs=1m if=2016-02-26-raspbian-jessie-lite.img of=/dev/rdisk2 dd: /dev/rdisk2: Resource busy ...
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Single SD card install for Debian Jessie on Armv7 architecture?

I'm pretty new to this whole deal. I have an Odroid C1. I recently created a home-server from an old i386 machine I had lying around. I'm starting to get into CLI OS and working with machines as ...
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How to format write protected SD card

I am newbie in Linux, I want to format my SD card using Ubuntu, for this I follow this tutorial After typing df command , I got list of storage devices.From here I can see my SD card name is ...
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Using a separate partition for installed software

I know this question was asked on google a few times here and there but everywhere so far people just tell how it works on Linux and I've learned that already, so you don't have to tell me how ...
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Get paths to all sd cards in a computer using GNU bash 4.3.11 running Ubuntu 14.04

how can I get the paths to all sd cards in a computer using GNU bash 4.3.11 running Ubuntu 14.04 and just those? Background: I have an .iso-file and want to create a bash script that asks the user ...
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Portable linux with disk-encryption: Which type of storage is better? SD-CARD or USB-STICK

So, as stated above, I mainly address some people, which may have made some experience with a portable os and various storage-types. As we know, the good old HDD are the most durable types of disks. ...
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How do I mount an external SD card without using sudo?

I wrote a bash-script with the intention to back up a specific (truecrypt-)file onto a SD-card (and a folder shared over the cloud) using the rsync command. The problem was that the SD-card usually ...
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Wear leveling of SD card because of swap file in embedded linux

I need to enable a swap file on my embedded linux product. The problem is that the file is located on an SD card. At the moment I'm using 15MB swap and about 120MB RAM because of temporary increases ...
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Linux 2.6.32, busybox, Identify physical SD device

I have a USB card reader with two SD card interfaces and two USB ports (so it can also act as a USB hub) all on the same device. I am running an embedded Linux device that is unsupervised in its use ...
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Load system from SD Card into Memory and then Boot from Memory

I've seen several answers where there are hints at creating a partition in memory, copying the contents of a SD Card into that partition and then booting an operating system (linux) from that memory ...
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Don't know if fsck failed or not

I just ran fsck on my newly bought SD card for my Raspberry Pi and it shows the following output: fsck from util-linux 2.25.2 fsck.fat 3.0.27 (2014-11-12) /dev/mmcblk0p1: 75 files, 2539/7673 clusters ...
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How to recover data from an SD card with incorrectly detected size?

How can I recover a SD card with incorrectly reported size? (The answer to this question is not given in How to recover data from a bad SD card? ) This question is specific to recovering an SD card ...
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How can one determine whether an internal SD card reader is connected to internal USB3 hub?

I have a Dell Chromebook 11, which has two external USB3 ports, and an SD card reader. I am trying to establish whether buying a fast SD card would be worth it, compared to a fast USB stick, as a ...
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card reading killing my battery, on macbook pro running Debian

I am currently using a macbook pro but the operating system is debian 8.2 not os x I am using a macbook pro but there's this one device that's just draining a lot of power. This USB device: Card ...
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Formatting an sdcard with mkfs hangs indefinitely

I am trying to format an sdcard following this guide. I am able to successfully create the partition table, but attempting to format the Linux partition with mkfs yields the following output: mke2fs ...
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destroyed folder now without directory attribute

I tried to read some videos from the memory card of my digital camera. It wasn't possible to access the DCMI Folder, because there was no directory attribute. The expecting DCIM folder was a 0-byte ...
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SD card troubles

I have an SD card that I keep switching from phone to laptop to tablet, rinse and repeat. Last night it stopped mounting on phone/tablet. And on my laptop it shows as 5.7GiB unallocated instead of ...
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fsync () get the impact of road /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches?

I have been testing the service life of TLC(1000write) SD card (4GB). SD card has been formatted with a fat partition. I am a write (), fsync () on a file of 10M SD card repeatedly. 1st (10M): ...
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Cannot reformat Micro SD Card

I need to reformat my micro SD card, however I am having some issues with it. When I go the card on my computer, it displays the following message: The folder contents could not be displayed ...
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Cannot see my SD card in parted

When I plug in my card reader, it shows up at /def/sdf, and when I insert this SD card I also see /dev/sdf1, but parted won't show the disk. It doesn't have any information I need, I just want to use ...
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SD Card not recognized

I have 2 laptops with Linux Mint 17.2 installed. One recognized SD card without any configuration. Other recognized SD card, but don't read this content. This message appears in GParted: Can't ...
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converting partition on the SD card to FAT

I created partitions on the SD card with: sudo mkfs -t vfat -n ZED_BOOT /dev/sdb1 sudo mkfs -t ext4 -L ROOT_FS /dev/sdb2 The consule shows the commands went through ok, but when I report the ...
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Embedded linux hotplug changed mount point

I have a linux media player that was very common before android's age. It is a MIPS running Linux Venus 2.6.12.6 and has 2 sata, 2 usb and 1 sdcard port. Since the flash memory is very limited, I ...
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Unable to access SD card on Debian Stretch

I can't access my SD card, not via the internal SD card reader of my laptop, nor via an external SD card reader. I tried to use dmesg to find the cause of the issue, but when I attach the SD card to ...
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Stress (write) Test an SD card to destruction using a simple shell script

I would like to find out how many write cycles I can get from my SD card. I have googled and found good answers like this but its too complicated for a normal person like me. Say its a 64GB exfat ...
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Writing ISO (Specifically Debian Jessie) to an SD Card

When updating Debian Wheezy (the stable release) to Jessie, it crashed, so it is currently unusable. The only solution to this, as far as I can tell, is to overwrite Jessie on top of what is currently ...
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Installing Debian 8 (Jessie) from HDD Partition

I tried to install Debian 8 (Jessie) with the official DVD 1 from my Card Reader (SDHC UHS-I Card 32GB). Now that does not work, because I am unable to mount it (no signal at all). Now I want to know ...
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SD card corrupt and stuck at 32MB, any way to fix it?

Using the Linux area since I'm using Linux apps and utilities. My phone crashed (several times) and managed to corrupt my microSD card. It no longer appears to have partitions and shows as 32MB ...
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How to fix this I/O error on SD card?

EDIT: I tried with gparted, it didnt work. i found a SDFormatter, tool for windows that did the full erase. I have a SD card and want to install debian onto it. The dd process takes about 45 ...
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Why does my SD card need authentication to access?

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on a Toshiba Chromebook 2 via crouton. I recently reformatted a 256GB SD card that I keep in my chromebook at all times. My problem is that every time I try to access my SD ...
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How to automatically mount Android device sd card in Linux mint

Debian 8 iso hybrid is mounting android device (lenovo k3note) sd card automatically. But Linux mint 17.2 doesn't do so. How to mount Android device sd card automatically in Linux mint?
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Installing Linux on an SD card

I was wondering if it was possible to actually install a Linux distribution on an SD card or any other external drive. What I was planning to do was basically inserting the SD in my MacBook, turning ...
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Cannot format a corrupted 32Gb SD card

I cannot format a corrupted Sandisk SDHC ULTRA 32Gb micro card. So I used gparted in an Ubuntu system. I deleted the partition (/dev/sdf1), recreated it and formatted it in fat32. It still keeps its ...
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Jessie RC2 installation on SDHC card

I am trying to install Debian Jessie RC2 (netinst) on a SD card on my laptop (thinkpad t440p). When the hd partition stuff step comes I select manual partition. Unfortunately only the USB (from which ...
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Detect when sdcard removed

I'm working with a small Arm board (Emtrion) running Debian Linux. Emtrion has provided an sdcard image that can update the boards flash. I would like to extend the simple update script, so that when ...
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Does Gparted change permissions?

Sometimes but not often, but many times, after formatting an SD card with Gparted, the SD card becomes unaccessible to normal user, so I go as root and change the permissions, happens especially when ...
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/dev/mmcblk0 partitions limit

I've just mounted a microSD card which has 17 partitions in my laptop and I'm getting the following error in the YaST partitioner: Your disk /dev/mmcblk0 contains 17 partitions. The maximum number of ...
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SD card protected area

The Wikipedia article on SD cards mentions that about 10% of the capacity of an SD card is a so-called protected area, which is used for the security-related features of the card. Let's say I don't ...
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Why does flashing a BBB eMMC take so long from SD card, and how can I monitor the progress?

As you may know, flashing the BeagleBone Black eMMC with a new Linux Image from the SD card takes quite a long time - up to 45 minutes. Is there a reason why, and is there a way to monitor the ...
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Resetting MMC controller without physically removing the card?

I'm trying to rescue data from an SDHC card using ddrescue: while true ; do ddrescue -d /dev/mmcblk0p1 mmc.img mmc.log ; done The controller, I'm not sure if it's the one on the card or the one in ...
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How to mount btrfs partition?

I've installed xbian distro on RPi. I want to edit the files in my SD card using my computer, Ubuntu 14.04. However, when I insert the SD card, the Ubuntu cannot mount the Xbian partition, and gives ...
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SD-Card doesn't work anymore

I have a SD-Card and it doesn't work anymore. If I enter dmesg, this console will show this: [ 646.467407] mmc0: new SD card at address d555 [ 646.468578] mmcblk0: mmc0:d555 SD032 30.6 MiB [ ...
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WIFI over SDIO over USB - Do I have to reflect that in the device tree?

I am currently extending an embedded hardware platform which runs a linux kernel 3.16. I want to connect an external SDIO controller to the USB bus, and then run a WIFI module using that SDIO ...
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OSX: MBP: How does system detect sd card inserted?

I have a MacBookPro running Mavericks. I can insert one sd card into the slot and it mounts just fine. Another sd card I slip in and nothing happens. It does not appear in disk utility. It does ...
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How to repair an overclocked microsdcard?

I overclocked my raspberry pi 2 myself yesterday. However I also increased the sd_freq. Now after a reboot my microsdcard is mounted as read only. I have a laptop with linux installed where I can ...