hi, the emmc jetson nano, cannot auto umount tf card, Does anybody have this problem?
I am not sure what you mean by a “tf” card (tensor flow?), but if you mean an SD card with a formatted partition, then you might want to better describe this (including where you want it to be mounted to). With the card connected it might be useful to provide the output from:
If you have mounted this card manually, then where did you mount it to? Which partition if there is more than one?
yeah, I mean an SD card.
“lsblk -f” is work. I can detect sd card is remove. by “lsblk -f”.
My modify :
- vi /etc/udev/rules.d/99-nv-ufs-mount.rules
2.add rm /media/xxpoint
but, when I use SD Card, It donot remove /media/A6CF-4AD3 ， “A6CF-4AD3” is my SD card.
What do you recommend to auto hot plug SD card and USB flash dis？
I’m not sure what is going on via screenshots, usually it is easier to just
scp the file (such as
99-nv-ufs-mount.rules) to your host PC and attach it to the post.
My suggestion is to temporarily simplify. Disable
99-nv-ufs-mount.rules entirely, e.g., by compressing it:
sudo gzip /etc/udev/rules.d/99-nv-ufs-mount.rules
…then reboot. Auto mount from this rule will no longer occur unless you decompress it with “
sudo gunzip /etc/udev/rules.d/99-nv-ufs-mount.rules.gz”.
Then find the correct mount on command line. When you find this, then add it as a statement in “
/etc/fstab”. Do beware that in some cases an incorrect mount like could cause boot to halt, so before you make this an entry in
fstab, you might verify the line to be added.
If you want to add auto mount back in for other SD cards, then that could be worked on when you have the correct
fstab entry for the one SD card.