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Using a Compact Flash Card Reader in Linux

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What I want to know is where I can get an ImageMate SDDR-31 for $9.95.
Another thing that I learned in doing some further looking into is that it should not be a problem to find a card reader that works in Linux and can handle Smart Media cards, for example. Omniflash sells some card readers that they claim on their website work with Linux. For example, they claim the UnoMas can read almost every type of memory card there is and they claim it works with linux.
 read more | score:5844 | -Ray, December 28, 2002 (Updated: March 25, 2007)
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