just remember those extenders are not active, so if you want to change the card and not reboot, you still have to unplug and replug the extender after replaciung the card
why? is there card detection in the socket?
lets put it this way I have 3 of those extenders and wanted to use it for dev in board, but i kept running into issue where if you switch card without unplug/replug the extender it can't detect a change
\x: yeah, a bit more sane price
so only useful if you are rebooting each time you are changing the card
or if you don't mind unplug/REPLUG EXTENDER
[TheBug]: what if you unload/load the kernel driver?
sry for caps
miasma: honestly, not sure...
i can't think why it would be any different, unless there's a mechanical card detection
and such a thing seems crazy
but that i'm doubting your anecdotal problem
well I was in a position where my sdcard reader wasn't a module, so I couldn't just unload/reload it
but I could see that it could possibly work that way
if it's mechanically triggered line, wouldnt simple button on the case solve it?
[TheBug]: did you try ejecting the card via software first
how much state there could be in the sd card reader
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catphish, ask lvrp16, they have contacts in the board making business.
or tohhling sd-cd pin with sunxi-pio
willmore: thanks, i'm nowhere near the stage of asking yet, but worth knowing who might be able to help :)
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it'll certainly be cool if i can find an appropriate module for prototyping though
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Please, can anyone help me to find out why my u-boot hangs on "udelay" function? (sun4i)
i would bet its not the function it hangs on
Yes, it's probably some problem with clocks or something like that, but I couldn't find the problem (SPL works fine)
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wens: do you rememer your commit on Sept 8 about ".needs_new_timings = true," on "sunxi_mmc_cfg sun50i_a64_emmc_cfg", it seems to prevent H5 to boot completely, I've tried to put it back to false, and it worked. Should we have a new compatible for H5 ?
I faced the issue with both OPiZero+H5 and NanoPiM1Plus2, which both having H5. No issue with any A64 ...
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i think i might use SPI for my removable storage, easy to break out, cheap ICs available
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usb or sd are farrrrr easier
i figured they'd be pretty similar in terms of complexity (though USB requires a lot more setup)
i originally assumed SD was the way forward, and may still be, but SPI seems like a sane option too
though SD is probably the easiest of the 3 by far
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you're thinking of the user too right?
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