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Re: Dell 700m SD cardslot - HowToUse?

On Wednesday 15 December 2004 08:23 am, Juraj Ziegler wrote:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
> > On Wednesday 15 December 2004 04:10, Juraj Ziegler wrote:
> >>Benedek Frank wrote:
> >>>lspci reports the following.
> >>>
> >>>0000:02:04.3 Unknown mass storage controller: Texas Instruments
> >>>PCI7420/PCI7620 Dual Socket CardBus and Smart Card Cont. w/ 1394a-2000
> >>>OHCI Two-PortPHY/Link-Layer Cont. an
> >>
> >>On my IBM Thinkpad X20, there is also a built-in CompactFlash reader. It
> >> is connected to the PCMCIA bus and the card is available as /dev/hda.
> >
> > Hda?  That would normally be your primary IDE drive.  /dev/sda, perhaps?
> hde. early morning, no coffee :). USB storage devices appear as SCSI stuff,
>   pcmcia storage devices appear as IDE stuff.

Can you tell me if there is a way to know which device name it is using? Like 
hde or hdf etc. Like for SCSI and USB, you can use sg_map and it will show 
what is and where is. Thanks.

> >>At first glance, when I saw "CardBus" in the output above, I thought this
> >>is your case as well, but I'm not 100% sure.
> >
> > No, CardBus is just the 32-bit version of PCMCIA.  So it looks like it's
> > reporting one controller for the two slots: the single-slot cardbus and
> > the second slot for the Smart Card.
> I know what CardBus is. And I know, why I was not sure :).
> j.
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