Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-22 Thread Al Johnson
On Friday 21 May 2010, Vencabot Teppoo wrote: Alex Samorukov wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel line glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 setting. And after this it works perfectly, no more problems so far for a ~5 months.

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Radek Polak
On Friday 21 May 2010 03:06:43 Vencabot Teppoo wrote: My bootloader is the most recent version of Qi, and the system that I have in NAND is the most recent version of QtMoko. Which version exactly is it? I am mainly interested if it's 2.6.29 or 2.6.32 (you can find out with uname -r

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Alex Samorukov
Vencabot Teppoo wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel line glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 setting. And after this it works perfectly, no more problems so far for a ~5 months. Hello, community! This is my first time joining

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Alex Samorukov
Radek Polak wrote: Btw QtMoko sets sd_max_clk by default in /etc/init.d/qpe.sh script. IMHO its not very good idea. My card (Kingston 8GB SHDC) works bad with this value, and it was not very easy for me to find why its changing on every restart :) I think that anyone who need this able to

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
-not and continue updating. Also, thanks for the info about QtMoko's automatically adjusting glamo.sd_max_clk. I didn't know that. Have a good one. -David From: pson...@seznam.cz To: community@lists.openmoko.org Date: Fri, 21 May 2010 08:14:36 +0200 Subject: Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
. -David Date: Fri, 21 May 2010 09:46:55 +0300 From: m...@os2.kiev.ua To: community@lists.openmoko.org Subject: Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility Vencabot Teppoo wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Radek Polak
On Friday 21 May 2010 08:50:30 Alex Samorukov wrote: IMHO its not very good idea. My card (Kingston 8GB SHDC) works bad with this value, and it was not very easy for me to find why its changing on every restart :) I think that anyone who need this able to change value in sysctl, or kernel

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Yann Droneaud
Le jeudi 20 mai 2010 à 21:06 -0400, Vencabot Teppoo a écrit : Hello, community! This is my first time joining a mailing list, so excuse me if my netiquette leaves anything to be desired, and let me know. Hi, I have a Kingston SDC4/4GB-2ADP : 4GB SHDC which shows write errors when access are

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Al Johnson
On Friday 21 May 2010, Yann Droneaud wrote: Le jeudi 20 mai 2010 à 21:06 -0400, Vencabot Teppoo a écrit : Hello, community! This is my first time joining a mailing list, so excuse me if my netiquette leaves anything to be desired, and let me know. Hi, I have a Kingston SDC4/4GB-2ADP :

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread David Garabana Barro
On Friday 21 May 2010 12:26:42 Al Johnson wrote: Hi, I have a Kingston SDC4/4GB-2ADP : 4GB SHDC which shows write errors when access are not aligned on a boundary. I've first suspect a problem with the Freerunner has the problem only arise when booting from this SD card. But I've

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Yann Droneaud
Le vendredi 21 mai 2010 à 12:56 +0200, David Garabana Barro a écrit : People use sd cards without partitions. Even Windows XP doesn't recognice partitions but the first one. That's why manufacturers doesn't bother to say that partition alignation is required. Or they came pre-partitionned.

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread arne anka
It's my understanding that increasing max click will drain the battery faster and may increase wear on the stick (I don't recall where I read that), but it's a relief to have it working, and I'm really glad that I asked here. :D it's a really long time since i have bothered with that,

Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread urodelo
Just a semi-ot: I've recently bought a card for my fr which is not exactly listed on the wiki, so i think it's another sub-type. It should be similar to the card of the thread: SanDisk microsdhc 8GB (real 7,6)class 2 - serial: SDSDQ-8192-P36M On the wiki there are others with similar serial.

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
if mine was also a P36M like yours, and so it's strange that yours worked out of the box and mine didn't. Interesting. -David To: community@lists.openmoko.org From: urodelomuta...@yahoo.com Date: Fri, 21 May 2010 14:01:34 +0200 Subject: Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility Just

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
- it does affect the way, the glamo interacts with the sd card, thus no additional wear and tear is included Alright, that's a relief. I have no idea how this sort of memory works or how it's worn over time, so I was, of course, ready to believe anything. - you do, in fact, not _in_crease

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
Alex Samorukov wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel line glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 setting. And after this it works perfectly, no more problems so far for a ~5 months. This solution worked for me yesterday, but, today,

8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-20 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
Hello, community! This is my first time joining a mailing list, so excuse me if my netiquette leaves anything to be desired, and let me know. A couple of weeks ago, I purchased an 8 gig Sandisk microsd card for my Neo Freerunner since it seems like Sandisk has a good track record of