Getting SD Card working in Debian

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alete
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Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:45 am

Hi guys. I'm really interested in getting this working. I tried with different versions of Debian Jessie and Stretch. I've already changed ACPI to PCI in BIOS settings.
Somehow it magicaly worked a few times, but I didn't change anything at all.
Now I did a clean Debian 9 (stretch) install and I reset BIOS settings to default and then changed from ACPI to PCI again but not lucky.
Any advice I can use?

Thank you.

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ED209
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Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:05 am

alete wrote:Hi guys. I'm really interested in getting this working. I tried with different versions of Debian Jessie and Stretch. I've already changed ACPI to PCI in BIOS settings.
Somehow it magicaly worked a few times, but I didn't change anything at all.
Now I did a clean Debian 9 (stretch) install and I reset BIOS settings to default and then changed from ACPI to PCI again but not lucky.
Any advice I can use?

Thank you.
Hey Alete, Why don't you use a USB MicroSD converter? I think it will be much easier than digging the driver issue. BTW, who do you use it? I think the onboard EMMC is enough for some small application.

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alete
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Tue Jun 20, 2017 12:17 am

ED209 wrote:
alete wrote:Hi guys. I'm really interested in getting this working. I tried with different versions of Debian Jessie and Stretch. I've already changed ACPI to PCI in BIOS settings.
Somehow it magicaly worked a few times, but I didn't change anything at all.
Now I did a clean Debian 9 (stretch) install and I reset BIOS settings to default and then changed from ACPI to PCI again but not lucky.
Any advice I can use?

Thank you.
Hey Alete, Why don't you use a USB MicroSD converter? I think it will be much easier than digging the driver issue. BTW, who do you use it? I think the onboard EMMC is enough for some small application.
1) Well, while that could be easier, I don't give up learning something new with this problem. 2) a full bitcoin node (requieres around 150 gb)

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