How to format a SD card
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 19, 2011
I tried to format my SD card from ext3 to NTFS... But when i right click, i am not able to find the option for formatting...
I am dual booting, so able to do it in Windows.. But was wondering, whether we can do it without help of any program like gparted, as we are able to do it windows???
Thanks for your help in advance..
how linux handles sd card remove from usb card reader
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 8, 2014
I am looking for some technical information. I have USB SD card reader connected linux system. when i connect sd card to USB card reader, "add" event is triggered and i can see sd card is mounted. i am checking on udevadm monitor. When i remove sd card from USB card reader ( not removing USB card reader), i see only "change" event triggered from kernel. No "remove" event. And mounted filesystem is still there and did not unmount. So second time when i connect i dont see any add event.
So i want to know how to unmount filesystem when only sd card is removed from card reader.
As i am new to linux detailed information on this will help me understand better.
How do I auto mount SD card with Thunar instead of Shotwell by default in Xfce?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 10, 2013
I'm using Linux Mint 13 Xfce. I want it to open an SD card with my file manager instead of Shotwell by default. How can I do that?
How do I format an SD card to Fat16 using linux so that I can use it on my PDA
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 1, 2007
Hello I have a Sharp Zaurus and I just found out that the reason why it does not detect my SD card is because it is a Fat32 card and that I have to format it to Fat16 in order for the sharp Zaurus to detect it.
How can I format the card using SUSE 9.3??
Total Newb How to get DSK file onto SD Card
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 2, 2013
This may be a total newb question but I've searched until I'm about fed up.
Here's the deal:
1)I have a milling machine that runs it's programs by way of an SD Card that contains Linux files
2)Since all I have is a windows 7 computer, in order to backup this card I used LinuxReader and created a .dsk image file onto my hard drive
My question is: How can I put that .DSK file onto a new SD Card?
How can I get my Allwinner A10 notebook to recognize Lubuntu SD card at boot?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 20, 2013
So I have this 13-inch Android 4.0-powered notebook. It has an Allwinner A10 Cortex A8 SOC that's a bit slow for general web-browsing, but does pretty awesome at video playback (even 720p and 1080p HD so long as the internet connection is fast enough), and it can run several useful Android apps that were probably intended more for phones or tablets with auxiliary keyboards.
Anyway, just for fun (and to see if the browsing experience improves, partially) I'm wanting to get Lubuntu 12.04 running on it. I've tried this version at Miniand and this version from Rikomagic, gone through the whole install process to dd the image to an 8GB SD card. I realize both of the above are directed at the MK802 "PC-on-a-stick" but the specs at this page seem to line up with the info from the specs page for my notebook (see link in the first paragraph above.)
After dd'ing to the SD card using my iMac's Terminal, I insert the SD card into my laptop's card slot and power up, and it doesn't even
microSD card in my HTC desire S
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 9, 2012
I've just bought a new 32gig microSD (class 10) card to replace the piffling little 8gig card that's already there.
the general advice seems to be just copy all the files to my new card and bingo.
this sounds too easy. I'm considering doing a raw data dump with dd and then using gparted to expand the partition size.
is this over the top?
is there something wrong with me?
How can I get music players to copy music to Android SD card?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 15, 2015
How can I get music players such as Rhythmbox and Clementine to copy music to the SD card on my Android phone (a Galaxy S4 running Lollipop and connected by USB) instead of the internal storage? In Samsung's MyFiles file manager on my phone I have set the SD card to be the default location for music, but both Rhythmbox and Clementine ignore this and put the music in the internal storage.
I would particularly like to get this working in Rhythmbox because Clementine has the additional problem of not being willing to create sub-folders for the music.
how to mount micro sd card
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 5, 2009
I've got a multi card reader in my pc, and normally when I insert a card I'll see it in my places in nautilus (and an icon on my dekstop), and then I can double click it to mount it. But- I'm not seeing anything right now. I'm somewhat versed on mounting, and have done a bit of that w/ partitions and an external drive (edited the fstab also), but I'm clueless where to start on this one.
I can checked the /dev folder, and there's a ton labled usb something or other, and I have no idea what "port" the micro sd card slot is.
how to create a bootable SD card?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 10, 2012
like a live USB drive...
I need to install fedora17 without using a DVD drive or, USB flash drive (both are not working and i don't see any other use of them either!)....so all i have is a 32GB SD card and live image of fedora...
How to use them both to create live SD card? Please elaborate as much as you can and if possible, try and tell if the method worked for you.
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