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USB error -110 (power exceeded) but works when reconnecting

At the last boot, two USB devices were not powered: The Logitech G5 mouse works most of the time, but this time I had to plug it in (in the same motherboard USB port) three or four times before it ...
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No usb 3 Arch linux 3.15.1

Up until my last reboot, I had the ability to use my usb 3 port. I just got the system installed not that long ago, so up until then I'd been configuring and installing drivers, but that was the ...
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Why does USB errors with my mobile phone stop the computer from interacting with services?

I set my Android phone to use "Mass storage" as the connection mode (In Settings → Storage → context menu item USB computer connection) to easily be able to browse the files. Then I plugged ...
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Can't create a bootable (live) usb flash for arch linux

I created a bootable usb from which I was going to install Arch. I did this the following way: sudo dd if=/path_to_arch_.iso of=/dev/sdX But when I tried to boot from this usb flash, I failed. ...
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Gphoto2 does not output anything

I'm running ArchLinux and I want to download all the pics from my EOS1100D. However when I plug the camera and run gphoto2 --list-ports Nothing happens at all and the program get stuck. Here's ...
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Double-Ended USB Unrecognized Alfa AWUS036NHR

I have a wonderful little wireless adapter that works perfectly well on Windows, but drops the connection regularly in Arch. As far as I can tell, it's not getting enough power to function properly. ...
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How to disable USB autosuspend in Manjaro Linux?

How can I disable USB autosuspend in Manjaro Linux?
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Booting from install disk, no USB keyboard

I'm trying to install Arch Linux on a new system with a Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI board. Although I can use the USB keyboard (and mouse) in the BIOS, the keyboard doesn't seem to work at all once I boot ...
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Debian - Boot from USB

I currently have Debian 7.0 installed on my laptop (HP Pavilion dv9700). I would now like to install Arch instead. I wrote the Arch ISO to a USB drive, but when I start up my computer, it ...
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cannot mount usb

I have a compiled arch kernel. As there are some files in the /root, the user has enabled usb mounting. as dmesg shows it identifies two usbs. one is plugged to keyboard. I tried these commands, but ...
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How to bind USB device under a static name?

I have an arduino which sometimes gets bound to /dev/ttyUSB0 and other times to /dev/ttyUSB1 making my script fail. I do not want to enumerate all the possibilities of where my device could be, but I ...
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Mounting USB drive on 3G dongle

I've got an Huawei HiLink E303 USB G3-internet dongle that I'd like to use to connect to the internet. I'm using Arch Linux. According to this page, the Linux drivers are actually on the device and ...
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Install Arch(Bang) - Create Usb - Uefi

I am pretty new to Linux and want to install ArchBang-Linux, but I fail at creating a bootable USB-Stick. Can someone explain this procedure to me in a little more detail? ...
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mtp-detect doesn't detect my Sony Ericsson phone

I used to have a Samsung Galaxy Fit that worked out of the box with Banshee. I recently bought a new Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini, I tried to sync it using Banshee, but it doesn't show up. It does ...
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Mounting USB drive that is not recognized

Using Arch Linux / XFCE, I frequently have problems with USB drives that are not properly mounted. Sometimes they automatically show up in Thunar and I can mount them with one click. However, at other ...
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udev rules don't appear to be working

I'm running Arch Linux on my server, and I need to let users of the group usb access my weather station. Here's my rule: /etc/udev/rules.d/usb-70.rules SYSFS {idVendor} == "1941", SYSFS {idProduct} ...