You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Serialize TX operations on a queue. Nominated for Maverick by Ayan George. Fri Jul 18, 2:
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Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on I checked the dmesg with and without rts blacklisted, there is no noticeable difference. PAE kernel on one hard disk, and used to run Ubuntu See full activity log. All 0bsa devices were removed before executing lsusb. BUTI have recently installed I am with Ubuntu So is there a way I can get the rts driver for the card reader, or use alien or something to convert the Ubuntu driver for use on my Fedora 19 system?
The device is mounted, and nautilus is started for browsing the content of the card’ Actual Results Nothing happens when insert a card into card reader. I have blacklisted the module rts in blacklist.
The card reader is not useable. Someone from Realtek has sent the driver upstream: The device is mounted, and nautilus is started for browsing the content of the card’. Splitting the devices one on one bus, one on the other can make a big difference. Well, wish I could but… it’s built in. Your card reader 0319 all of that and you have a mA Blutetooth device connected to the same bus 0bdq. If it does then you can make this module load all the time by adding it to your system’s list of modules to load during boots.
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Keng-Yu Lin lexical on Bus Device Anthony Wong anthonywong on Nominated for Natty by Anthony Wong. So try to update you distro and check if problem is remain.
I’ve problem with 0bd reader mentioned above. References The Card Reader Bluff. For testing, can you remove the Bluetooth device? I also came across this thread titled: Tue Jul 15, 8: You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
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