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Detecting the device of a crypto mount

I have an external eSATA-hdd on an OpenSUSE 12.2 system. The external hdd has an LVM on a dm-crypt partition. I mount it by powering it up and then doing rescan-scsi-bus.sh cryptsetup -v luksOpen ...
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Why my linux does not detect USB storages at runtime? [closed]

I have an embedded system with Linux kernel v3.0.35 and Busybox v1.20.2. If I plug a USB flash drive in before starting the operating system the boot process mounts it to the proper place, with the ...
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What modules in the Linux source code take care of hot-pluggability?

Could someone shed more light on the code/modules that are responsible for the hot-pluggabilty of the hardware used in Linux machines?
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How to mount removable media in /media/<LABEL> automatically when inserted, without any desktop environment?

I have a Debian sid system (Wheezy) (and same for arch), without any desktop environment (and no Xorg at all). I can mount my SD-cards, USB sticks, external HDD by label into a specified directory in ...
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3answers
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How can I switch to my USB headset automagically when it's plugged in?

I'm running Funtoo Linux, a Gentoo derivative. My two new Plantronics USB headsets (one wired, one wireless) work nicely. I plug one in, ALSA notices it, and if I manually set an application to use ...
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cfgmgr like command under Linux?

cfgmgr is a command under AIX/ksh that checks for new hardware; e.g. new HDD's that have been added without a shutdown. Question: Are there any similar commands under Linux? If "fdisk -l" doesn't ...