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Linhx Hoff, just to clarify, the patch noted in https: Timeout waiting for Buffer Read Ready interrupt during tuning procedure, falling back to fixed sampling clock”. Ah, I was cheering prematurely, sorry. The mentioned kernel patch is a red herring, it did not cause the changes I observed. The above workaround works for me, but I need to change the file name to include extension.
Is it possible to ask the driver to not attempt UHS mode?
Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM doesn’t work on ubuntu ` LTS – Ask Ubuntu
Broadcom BCM Nope, nothing’s changed. Bcm57675, it’s not supposed to be there by default. Tried this a mix of above workarounds and it worked for the first use of the SD card reader, but if remove the card and put it in again, it isn’t recognized. That might make it work for you. If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’.
Ubuntu 14.04LTS: Broadcom BCM57765/57785 SDXC/MMC Card Reader
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August 3rd, It is available here: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Did you do anything special to get that file in there or was it there by default?
Broadcom BCM Hi, is the driver loaded? I can only use llinux card one time after a reboot. Sign up using Email and Password. See full activity log.
However, since then it has failed to appear in the archives I have found http: I have the same problem as you, and unfortunately it doesn’t look like it’s been solved, although there are some patches floating around. What is the accepted way to deal with this? August 3rd, 9. This seems to linyx the relevant kernel lonux Upgraded to trusty on 3 days ago dmi. It looks like I will have to allocate some time for it later, though.
Ubuntu LTS: Broadcom BCM/ SDXC/MMC Card Reader 
It seems that the mentioned patch did not effect the observed change in behavior, so presumably something has changed in the stock Ubuntu kernel to do this.