Come back anyway.
On Win-10, I have had problems depending on what interface and/or adapter I use.
If you have a working native SD card slot on your system, that usually works, at least it works for me.
Adapters, shims, USB dongles, multi-readers, etc., may or may not work. Note that I have not tried any of this on any flavor of Linux.
My suspicion is that the SD card manufacturer may not be fully implementing the SD card interface standard properly.
The SD standard says that SD cards must implement both the “SD” interface AND a USB interface so that USB to SD card shim adapters can be used.
I suspect that at least some of the cheaper brands short-change the USB interface testing, or haven’t updated their interface software since 512 meg devices were new.
I never, absolutely never*, have problems using a native SD card slot on my computer, but USB based solutions are almost always a crap-shoot, particularly with cheaper cards.
* Note that off-brand, bargain-bin SD cards are almost certain to fail. If not now, later. Or you will get flakey intermittent problems that are The Devil’s Own Mother to track down.
Spend a few extra centavos and get the good stuff. It will amply repay you in lowered blood pressure and angst levels.