Same fdisk errors even after running fsck.ext4 on 16GB or 32GB microSD cards
kassube at gmx.net
Mon Mar 21 08:31:49 UTC 2011
Nils Kassube wrote:
> Sid Boyce wrote:
> > 11.04 natty and all kernels up to 2.6.38-7-generic.
> Please elaborate? What error is it? And is your card reader even
> capable of handling SDHC cards?
Please ignore that nonsense - of course your card reader can handle SDHC
cards. Somehow I didn't see the attachment with the log.
However it would have been helpful if you described what you did instead
of attaching a log without comments. In that log I don't see an error
message from fdisk as I would expect from your subject, only this one
from the mount command:
| 8 / 9: Populating rootfs Partition
| Be patient, this may take a few minutes
| mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdd2,
| missing codepage or helper program, or other error
| In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
| dmesg | tail or so
I'm not sure what the script does here because I don't know the script.
But after the error message there is this hint:
| Unable to mount /dev/sdd2 at /tmp/tmp.GvquWTpaLd/disk to complete
| populating rootfs Partition
| Please retry running the script, sometimes rebooting your system
From the log I don't know if you tried this - well I don't think that
rebooting would be necessary but maybe it would be useful to replug the
card and then run the script again.
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