See my sd-card kernel driver source for schematics for the SD card:
Driver is quite alpha though, Screeam|CT promised to fix it up a little
bit since my kernel programming is not that good ;)
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: gc-linux-devel-admin@...
> [mailto:gc-linux-devel-admin@...] Namens
> Adam Thornton
> Verzonden: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 8:22 PM
> Aan: gc-linux-devel@...
> Onderwerp: Re: [Gc-linux-devel] Necessary gc Linux hardware
> On Feb 1, 2005, at 11:43 AM, Shaun Jackman wrote:
> > This mail is somewhat off-topic for this list. If there is a
> > gc-linux-user mailing list, or any other list you can point me to,
> > please do.
> > I'd love to try out the GameCube Linux project. I've been
> looking for
> > an SD card adapter and a VGA cable, but these items seem to
> run about
> > $50 US each, plus shipping plus taxes, which is a bit out
> of my price
> > range.
> Bought an SD adapter from Lik-Sang this morning for $30 plus $5
> And they are actually quite easy to make. Assuming you have
> an old GC
> memory card you don't need anymore, and a Dremel, the SD connector is
> about $1.50 from Digi-Key. I have not yet figured out,
> though, how to
> remount everything after amputating the memory chip from the GC card,
> which is why I bought one (since it's going to be probably a month
> before I have a couple hours to play with this on a weekend and build
> something that resists the mechanical strain of card insertion and
> insertion into the GC.
> Dunno about the VGA cable piece though.
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