Universal Serial Bus (USB) establishes a connection between devices and a host computer.

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Inaccessible USB HID Device

I am troubleshooting an optical drive eject button device (a simple USB HID device) which came with my new PC case. The device came with a simple Linux application which uses libusb library to monitor ...
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How to restrict/cut power output to a USB client?

...or, how not to charge my phone when I'm using it as a GSM modem in USB tether mode? I can use it as WiFi tether modem, but it wastes battery both of the netbook it supplies connectivity to, and on ...
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How to make MTP work

I'm experiencing many problems trying to properly connect and access the memory of my phone from my Linux system. I'm running openSUSE 13.1, with KDE, and my phone is a Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo equipped ...
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Initialize USB keyboard attached while suspended

I have a laptop that I sometimes want to use with separate peripherals; external monitor, external keyboard and external mouse. When in this mode, I want to keep the laptop closed and tucked away (as ...
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unbootable usb stick “Non-system disk or disk error”

All, I have a USB stick that used to boot fine. I thought I'd reuse it. Reformatted it, copied some files over, and now it won't boot. I've used "lilo -M /dev/sdc mbr" with no luck. Note that the ...
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Gnome, nautilus copy files to USB stops at 100% or near

I had similar issues before but i don't remember how i solved it. When i try to copy something to USB stick, with FAT, it stops near the end, sometimes at 100%. And of course, when i transfer the ...
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Mount android device 4.0.4 on linux

I am trying to mount a Samsung Galaxy S2 as a mass storage device onto an uptodate Arch Linux setup. On the Android phone I have done the following Settings -> More -> USB Utilities -> USB mass ...
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connecting linux device to a tablet via usb

I can connect my Linux device (an embedded device) to a tablet in the following way: Use a micro USB to Ethernet cable converter use a USB to Ethernet on my Linux device. connect the two device to ...
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Why arent the USB ports working on my install of centOS 5.10?

I have installed centOS 5.10 on a recently purchased desktop computer. The brand is SION, it is a clone. Motherboard: GIGABYTE J1800 (2.41 GHz) When I boot up the machine, this error keeps coming ...
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USB 3.0 works always, USB 2.0 works sometimes

I have little problem with my two ports USB 2.0. They don't work properly. If something (like mouse or keyboard) is connected on boot it's working but when I re-plug this device he often don't want to ...
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installing kali linux on live usb

I would like to divide a USB into three partitions. The first in FAT32 to use for data, photos, etc. compatible with windows, linux and mac osx. The second contains the Live Usb of Kali to boot ...
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hidapi ./configure error — missing libudev

I am trying to install hidapi on Debian. I already have libudev-dev and libusb-1.0-0-dev installed, but when I run ./configure in hidapi-master, it says that I do not have libudev, to install it and ...
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Use a directory to simulate a USB storage device? Or any other way to simulate a USB storage device?

When it comes to CD's you have virtual CD software in which you load an .iso and it works like a CD-Rom. But when it comes to USB is there something similar? Is it possible to use a directory to ...
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How to burn debian iso to usb

I downloaded the debian amd 64-bit iso file (apx 650 mb) on a macbook w/retina (i.e. no cd drive) running OS X. I'm trying to dual boot and have already gotten rEFInd working. Set up partition for ...
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Installing Kali Alongside Windows 8.1 Error

I tried to install Kali but it would not boot, however Ubuntu booted successfully, it's just Kali that won't boot. I make it to the menu where I select what I wish to do like "Live, Install etc" but ...
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FTDI USB Serial Driver Buffer Sizes for Optimizing XBee Radio Throughput

I am attempting to optimize Digi XBee Series 2 Radio throughput. I have 2 XBee radios connected to my Ubuntu machine through USB ports with 2 USB->Serial FTDI cables that show up as /dev/ttyUSB0 and ...
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How do I find out if something is using the serial port?

I want to program a microcontroller under Debian Wheezy, but can't get it to work so far. I asked on Electrical Engineering and got the advice to check if something is already occupying the serial ...
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USB HID works well in Bios and Grub, but doesnt work in Linux

I have a combined USB device with a touchscreen and a keypad. When I plug it into my Linux Laptop the keypad and the touchscreen get both recognized at boot level, I can see both status LEDs turn on ...
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Mount USB flash drive to /media/<label>

I did a minimal install of Debian using a USB thumb drive (instead of a DVD) and rebooted my box. At the console, tty1, I logged in to my user account. I re-plugged in my USB thumb drive that ...
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bluetooth mouse disconnects

I'm using Debian Jessie (testing). I have a bluetooth mouse (Microsoft Sculpt Comfort) and I can pair it and use it ok, but after some time of inactivity (around 10 minutes) it stops working, I have ...
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Raspbian: USB storage device name changing after USB device power cycle

I'm running Raspbian 7.4 on a Raspberry PI that has two USB storage devices connected to it. This Raspberry PI will remain running during a power failure because it has console cable connected to it ...
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How to boot kali from native usb

Last night I made a kali linux usb. Now this isn't the live usb I literally installed kali on the drive. I did this from my desktop which meant naturally I had to install the grub for my boot loader. ...
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cannot mount usb drive [closed]

This is my first day on linux and I can't figure out how to mount a usb drive. I plugged it and used fdisk -l to locate it. However when I type mount /dev/sda1 it says that sda1 does not exist. ...
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Whenever I try to boot a Linux Distro from a USB it goes to an eternal black screen

I've tried countless of USB booters, such as Universal Usb, Rufus, Unetbootin. They seem to work fine as I can boot to the point to where boots to the options menu, where it says you want to install ...
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Debian install no CD-Rom found on Thinkpad X220

im currenty having the problem that the Debian installer wont detect my USB I have a Thinkpad X220 UEFI BIOS version somewhere around 2011 I will explain what I did here: I installed Windows 7 I ...
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USB-Insert Authentication for Linux

On Windows, when I insert a USB, I use USB Security. So I'd get "To allow USB access, enter a password." So I'd have to enter a password to be able to even view USB contents or run it. Is there such ...
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Trying to understand the wacom tablet plugging in usb causes kernel panic

First, I realise that askubuntu exists, but a kernel panic is probably more GNU/Linux (kernel and low-level system programs) than distro specific. So I already have a solution to mitigate the kernel ...
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USB bus number changes on reboot

I have a fully updated Archlinux installation and I use udev to set specific permissions on the device node based on USB bus and port numbers so that I can redirect the ports (and not devices based on ...
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Jabra BIZ 2400 USB HeadSet doesn't output sound

I'm trying to get my Jabra BIZ 2400 USB HeadSet working on my Debian Jessie install, but I get nothing from the headphones. I've installed Audacity to test things and it will record audio, but then ...
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USB Mouse Freezing in Debian / KDE // Keyboard OK

Having problems with seemingly random freezes of my Logitech Wireless Mouse in Debian (KDE). With regards to a number of articles out there, I don't have powertop, mouseemu or laptop-mode-tools ...
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Setting up ZTE E137 modem in Opensuse 13.2

how can i set up a ZTE E137 modem in my opensuse 13.2 installed in my workstation/pc. i have used a usb stick to install modem manager into opensuse 13.2 but logs for modem-manager read it cannot ...
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usbfs did not claim interface before use

Using Sunnybeamtool to read out sunnybeam over Rasperry Pi USB port. I get lot of errors in dmesg which doesn't affect the working (apparently) program is written in C. Messages: [30563.867756] usb ...
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Grub Installed On Hard Drive after ElementaryOS Install on USB?

This is my situation: I put the ElementaryOS iso on a 16gb USB I installed ElementaryOS on another 32gb USB via the installation process When the 32gb USB is not in, the machine goes to grub rescue. ...
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Custom Kernel to Disable SATA and USB Devices

I am setting up diskless clients that will run on an internal network. I have disabled SATA and USB ports using a BIOS locked with a password, but this is easy to get around by using the jumper to ...
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bootable usb creator without default bootloader

I want a program (a linux command is more preferable) to create a bootable usb drive but all the programs which I have seen have a default bootloader which they install but I want the bootloader in ...
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Trouble getting USB printer to 'stick' using udevadm

What I’ve got so far $ udevadm info -a -p$(udevadm info --q path -n /dev/usb/lp1) | grep serial ATTRS{serial}=="544336460792090000" /etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules: SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ...
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nm-applet (the little computer) does not show up in my system tray after a fresh install of Debian Jessie Beta 2

I just installed Jessie Beta 2 using the amd64 DVD images, rather than netinst images, and fresh out of the box, nm-applet doesn't show up in the system tray. The little computer right next to the ...
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Properly power down SSD during shutdown

I recently got a Samsung SSD. I have debian wheezy installed on it. I carry it around in a USB enclosure and boot both my work and home computers from it. How can I ensure that the system properly ...
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[SOLVED]Problem printing on USB Printer Canon iR1022A

I have connected a Canon iR1022A printer via USB to my Xubuntu 12.04.the OS tries to install it but i doesnt find the driver.I find the driver manually on the system Canon iR1018-1020-1022 but i ...
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Windows XP Virtualbox Not Recognising iPhone

I have set up Windows XP on Virtualbox, and it's running fine. iTunes has been correctly installed, the extensions required are installed. I have navigated to the USB settings in the settings of the ...
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ERROR: No room on ep ring

I built a pc around a Debian amd64 today. Every time I log in, I see hundreds of lines (that increase as the session proceeds) of ERROR: No room on ep ring. I've seen another question of this type ...
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device descriptor read/64, error -71

I have problem with USB ports on MSI WIND laptop. I have FC17 installed and usb printer sometimes not responds. If I replug a printer in USB port - it's working. Tried to change usb cable and printer ...
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Get I/O errors on USB ports

I have a program written in Python 2.7 and wxPython 2.8 under Mint 13. One of the modules pulls data off a number of USB devices for subsequent analysis. Everything works fine with Dell laptops but ...
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What is mintstick.py and how to install it?

In Linux Mint, unlike in Ubuntu, I see two separate launchers to handle USB sticks, one only for formatting, the other for writing image files to the USB stick. In the task manager I see in fact ...
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Completely disable / deactivate USB in Ubuntu 10.04

I have some Ubuntu 10.04 based portable touchscreen computers at workplace and sometimes people would use USB data cable to charge their phones from the USB port. Now I have usb storage access ...
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How can I guarantee USB wlan0/wlan1 order? [duplicate]

From doing research, I think I understand that the order of wlan0 and wlan1 ( and so on ) is determined by the order that the USB devices are recognized. My question is whether or not this order is ...
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Want to setup a dropbox sync drive

Is there way to setup a small computer, or raspberry pi, etc. to hold a hard drive, sync it with dropbox and allow access (even if just read only) to the drive through USB to another device/computer? ...
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Frugal installation on WIN 7 no admin rights

Laptop from my work has WIN 7 Enterprise, but I have no admin rights on it and under no circumstances I would change partitions. However it does boot from USB. As I want to use Linux on a regular ...
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Trying to read USB Audio Device, but /dev/hidraw0 is unavailable for reading

I'm trying to write a simple driver for my USB Sound Card (just for fun) on Xubuntu 14.04 -- for example, I want to have an opportunity to control volume on my laptop via this device. The problem is ...
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USB to VGA on Linux

I've been offered a Macbook Pro mid-2012. Although it wouldn't have been my first choice it's still a great piece of hardware, only problem for me is that it only has a single Thunderbolt port ...