Lets see if this driver can be safely integrated into Oneiric from upstream staging once it has been formally accepted. Anthony Wong anthonywong on Start the system 2. Sign up using Facebook. It worked for me, still does.
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CONFIG_RTS5139: Realtek RTS5139 USB card reader support
I have blacklisted the module rts in blacklist. Result of lsusb is. I doesn’t work for me too: A reboot may be required.
New USB device strings: Error – Vendor Request 0x07 failed for offset 0x with error [ Sign 0bad using Facebook. System built-in driver rt works at least with my RT Sign up using Email and Password.
RTS Card Reader with Ubuntu – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
USB disconnect, device number 16 [ I’ve looked around on the internet but haven’t found any useful information, plus I do have a dual boot with Windows 10 and I only can see when an SD card is inserted, but not its contents even thought I already have 0bdz Realtek drivers installed The same SD Card on another Windows computer does work without any problem at all.
I have an alfa awush, but I don’t know how to install the driver on ubuntu No harm no foul. For the drive to work just rename the card. There was another adapter with the same chipset associated with wlan1, where I wanted my device to be managed. I checked the dmesg with and without rts blacklisted, there is no noticeable difference.
USB\VID_0BDA&PID_ – RTS Card Reader Controller | Device Hunt
Info – RT chipsetrev detected [ I’ve never used it since I bought it but I noticed today that by inserting an SD Card into the reader I got a lot of errors in dmesg and obviously it doesn’t work and I cannot get the contents of the card.
This is what I did to get mine to work: Just change the mac address or insert a new line: Sign up using Facebook. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Bus Device Post as a guest Name. To date this newer driver continues to cause issues with the RTS This is is the output of lsusb. Ahmed Hegazy 86 1 2 It worked just fine on Ubuntu Chris Van Hoof vanhoof wrote on I know it’s not a perfect solution, but I have a temporary workaround: