[maemo-users] problem starting n800

From: Michael Thompson michaelnt at gmail.com
Date: Mon Mar 5 21:59:18 EET 2007
On 05/03/07, Eero Tamminen <eero.tamminen at nokia.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> ext Michael Thompson wrote:
> > When i turn on my n800 the progress bar doesn't come up and it never
> > starts. If i remove one of sd cards then it starts.
> >
> > AFTer it booted i typed dmesg in the terminal
> >
> > [  120.663482] JFFS2 warning: (1153) jffs2_sum_write_sumnode: Not
> > enough space for summary, padsize = -1452
> > [  123.296722] JFFS2 warning: (1153) jffs2_sum_write_sumnode: Not
> > enough space for summary, padsize = -822
> These should AFAIK be harmless.
> > If i re-insert the card once the n800 is running the card seems fine
> > and has plenty of free space.
> >
> > Any ideas?
> What extra software you've installed to the device?

mplayer gpe calendar

If you fsck your card, are any file system errors reported?
> - If there are errors, this could be something triggered by the
>    metalayer-crawler misbehaviour (which is fixed in next release)

fsck in linux and windows disk check bother report no errors. For the record
the output was

dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
Checking we can access the last sector of the filesystem
Boot sector contents:
System ID "MSDOS5.0"
Media byte 0xf8 (hard disk)
       512 bytes per logical sector
      4096 bytes per cluster
        32 reserved sectors
First FAT starts at byte 16384 (sector 32)
         2 FATs, 32 bit entries
   3863552 bytes per FAT (= 7546 sectors)
Root directory start at cluster 2 (arbitrary size)
Data area starts at byte 7743488 (sector 15124)
    965788 data clusters (3955867648 bytes)
63 sectors/track, 128 heads
        12 hidden sectors
   7741428 sectors total
Checking for unused clusters.
Checking free cluster summary.
/dev/sda1: 264 files, 263612/965788 clusters

- If no errors are reported or the issue happens also after the card
>    file system is fixed, could you file a bug at maemo.org, include
>    the information about your card brand and manufacturer, and mail
>    the bug id to the list?

Unfortunately this is a "no name" 4GB SD card. Is there a command I can run
on linux to get some more info on the  card?
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