I only discovered that this isn't working when I went to use it. I actually don't have a lot of use for a card-reader; I use USB thumb-drives most of the time. For some reason, I felt compelled to get this working.
After a little TI (technical investigation using lspci, lshw, google) I found that the card reader in my Chaos 1212 (i.e. clevo w110er) is some variation of a PCIe Realtek Card Reader.
To get it working I pretty mostly followed the directions in this RH bugzilla bug. Please season to your taste, but here is what I did:
su - root cp wherever/rts-bpp-dkms_1.1_all.deb . ar x rts-bpp-dkms_1.1_all.deb tar xvf data.tar.gz mv usr/src/rts_bpp-1.1/ /usr/src/. mv usr/share/rts_bpp-dkms/ /usr/share/. cd /usr/src/rts_bpp-1.1/src make make install depmod -a modprobe rts_bpp
At this point there was some noise in dmesg that suggested there was now a card reader! Further, palimpsest (i.e. fedora's 'Disks' utility) now showed a generic multi-format drive (fwiw prior to the above, palimpsest didn't see this device) . Now, I can dig around to see if I can find a card to test it with!
I haven't added in the udev stuff yet, but seems like it should work fine.
Here are some other related links I found that might be helpful: