On Sep 4, 2008, at 5:54 PM, Chuck Randall wrote:
> On Sep 4, 2008, at 12:23 PM, Chuck Randall wrote:
>> On Sep 2, 2008, at 5:20 PM, Dave Hylands wrote:
>>> Is the card formatted using FAT32 (or vfat from linux)?
>> I got a new MMC card, formatted it FAT32 on a Win/XP machine. Same
>> results: The card is seen at the GUM> prompt, but not during/after
>> Next, I reformatted the MMC card to VFAT on my Linux machine. Again,
>> same results.
>> Could the build on the gumstix somehow be bad? I'm using the prebuilt
>> rootfs image (build 318) from the gumstix website. My configuration
>> a connex-400xm with a netDUO card, which provides the MMC card slot.
>> I'm totally baffled.
> Okay, I'm thinking the problem is the way my /etc/modules file is
> configured. It loads the pcmcia driver (CF) by default, and I can
> access the contents of the CF card.
> So, how can I change /etc/modules to load the MMC driver instead? I
> assume the two drivers are mutually incompatible, but I don't know the
> module name(s) for the MMC driver.
Editing the /etc/modules file on the gumstix should do the trick, but
when edited to include modules mmc_block and pxamci, and comment out
pcmcia, it makes no difference at boot time.
Looking at the default MACHINE_FEATURES in gumstix-custom-connex.conf,
MACHINE_FEATURES += "pcmcia"
#MACHINE_FEATURES += "mmc"
Do I have to re-bitbake both task-base-gumstix and gumstix-connex-
image and reflash just to enable MMC support?