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SD cards are often used with the Arduino Ethernet Shield. They stand for "secure digital cards" and fit into one's palm. They range from 256MB to 128GB, although most Arduinos only use 4GB. There are also SD micro cards, a smaller version of the cards.

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I just started to move from the Arduino firmware to the esp-idf firmware. I read that link. I learn that I have to include libraries creating a component files, with a component.mk file, *.c, *.cpp fi …
asked Feb 2 '18 by BuzzRage
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Okay, the solution was simple, I just had to pull the update for the SD Card library, mine was outdated. Thank you all.
answered Feb 5 '18 by BuzzRage