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Old 04-03-2013, 09:28 AM   #1
Raghuram Telagamsetti
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Unhappy "MMC block driver" fails to read complete partition table info of one card(SD/eMMC)


The Kernel (working on linux-3.2.0-rc1) supports for identifying, initialising and mounting a single card (either sd/sdio/emmc) as disk by SD host controller.

Existing driver has been modified to meet the following goal:

#A single host controller should identify the presence of cards, initialise and mount two cards (either sd/sdio/emmc) residing on shared bus.

The driver has been modified to an extent where the identification,initialisation of two cards (sd and emmc) happening successfully and registered two cards with the driver model. However only one card, which initialised later is getting mounted and the former card mounting is getting terminated after reading certain bytes of partition table information of the card.
 
  


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