On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 6:02 AM, Paul Fertser <fercer...@gmail.com> wrote: > Basically, ``ls /sys/bus/platform/drivers/s3c2440-sdi'', it should let > you know if the module (even when built-in) is binded or not. It > shouldn't be if you want the card to not drain the battery. > > ``echo s3c2440-sdi > .../unbind'' (or bind) is how to handle this > manually.
thanks for the hint! but here it looks a little different: root@neo:~# find /sys/bus/ -name '*sdi*' /sys/bus/platform/devices/s3c2440-sdi /sys/bus/platform/drivers/s3c-sdi /sys/bus/platform/drivers/s3c-sdi/s3c2440-sdi /sys/bus/sdio /sys/bus/sdio/drivers/sdio_ar6000 the location is in devices and in drivers I see s3c-sdi so I can find the unbind here: root@neo:~# find /sys/bus/ -name '*unbind*'|grep sdi /sys/bus/platform/drivers/s3c-sdi/unbind /sys/bus/sdio/drivers/sdio_ar6000/unbind how I can check if it's in bind or unbind state? maybe the scripts in qtmoko try to unbind it using a wrong path? _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community