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From: John Finkenbine <john.finkenbine@mc...> - 2005-07-13 13:29:13
Thanks for the feedback. Your explanation makes perfect
sense and now everythng works as advertised. This issue just
illustrates how hard it is to keep documentation up to date for a
moving target! :-)
> Message: 3
> Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] mounting MMC card
> Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 10:58:39 -0700
> From: Craig Hughes <craig@...>
> To: gumstix-users@...
> Reply-To: gumstix-users@...
> I think that did in fact change a while ago -- you now need to either
> edit /etc/fstab to mount the mmc at boot (change "noauto" on the mmc
> line to "defaults"), or else mount manually with
> mount /mnt/mmc
> The auto-mounting is removed since now with connex, there isn't
> necessarily an mmc card there, and if you have a cfstix, you don't
> want the MMC drivers loading, or they step on the CF drivers.
> On Jul 12, 2005, at 8:17 AM, John Finkenbine wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just got a new 400 MHz basix waysmall and I have a question
> > about mounting an MMC card. According to the latest "Getting
> > Started" (Feb. 7, 2005) on the gumstix wiki site, "The most recent
> > filesystem automatically mounts the MMC when you boot the device".
> > This document suggests that it can be mounted as /mmc, however no
> > such directory exists, although there is /mnt/mmc which shows
> > nothing in it after booting (there *are* files on the MMC card!).
> > So, I cannot see that the MMC is actually mounting.
> > I know the situation re: mounting MMC cards has changed
> > from time to time depending on the revision of the root filesystem,
> > so I'm wondering what is really supposed to be happening and how I
> > can get the MMC card to mount automatically (or even manually).
> > My basix has u-boot 1.1.2 Feb. 11, 2005. Uname -a gives
> > "Linux gumstix 2.6.10gum #1 Fri Mar 4 15:03:34 PST 2005 armv5tel
> > unknown". Comparing to what I see at sourceforge, I guess this is
> > r374 of u-boot and r412 of the root fiflesystem.
> > Thanx,
> > John