I hope it's not too OS specific/non-photography techy for this forum but I wonder if other 6D users have this problem and I just want to get my workflow improved:
I formatted a fresh Sandisk Extreme 64GB UHS-I card in my new Canon 6d. When trying to import the photos from my card under Linux with my all-time favorite photomanagement app digikam, I noticed it didn't get automounted and the format was infact exFAT (although I read the 6D only formats cards >=256GB in exFAT):
mount: /dev/sdc1: more filesystems detected. This should not happen, use -t <type> to explicitly specify the filesystem type or use wipefs(8) to clean up the device.
So I mounted it by hand, which worked fine, but was cumbersome. I also noticed some buffer I/O errors in my demsg log: Buffer I/O error on dev sdc1, logical block 16, async page read
So I fired up exfatfsck on the device, which gave me no errors:
# exfatfsck /dev/sdc1 exfatfsck 1.1.0 Checking file system on /dev/sdc1. File system version 1.0 Sector size 512 bytes Cluster size 128 KB Volume size 59 GB Used space 11 GB Available space 49 GB Totally 4 directories and 2642 files. File system checking finished. No errors found.
Tried to inspect the card in partitionmanager but it didn't detect the filesystem type, either.
I wonder what's wrong with my card and how I can get my 6D to work better with my system, don't want to mount by hand every time (udev rules don't work since the card doesn't have a label and no UUID).