Neodio CompactFlash Cardreader on Linux
Making the Linux 2.4 kernel recognize the Neodio CompactFlash Cardreader.
The Neodio or Lead Data USB Compact Flash reader/writer is an USB storage device for reading CompactFlash cards. It needs some special initialization code to work properly in Linux 2.4 kernels. This kernel patch provides it. It should work with all 2.4 kernels, though it has been tested only with 2.4.19 and later. Offsets may be a bit off, but it should apply cleanly. 2.6 kernels do not need this patch, as they handle the Neodio correctly without help.
The USB ids to recognize this device:
- Vendor Id: 0AEC
- Product Id: 5010
Using the patches
When a kernel is compiled with this patch enabled, it will automatically recognize the card reader/writer. Just access (mount) it as any other USB storage device.
Debian packages and Subversion
Debian packages can be found at the Debian download page.
A browsable Subversion tree can be found at the ViewVC server.
The Subversion archive can be accessed through the following SVN URI:
The following documentation is available online:
- README file
Containing a more detailed description of this package