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

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Restart USB (ehci) in Fedora 14

I am looking for a way in Fedora 14 to restart the USB system so that all USB devices disconnect and reconnect to the OS (due to some slightly dubious USB peripherals that I have no choice but to ...
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Live USB - Tails tries to boot but ends up booting into Kali Linux

I have a bootable USB drive with Tails and Kali Linux on it, among others. Kali boots fine. However when I try to load Tails, it manages to get past the Tails loading screen but then the Kali logo ...
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Is it possible to expose a USB UPS via SNMPD?

I have a Rack Mount Cyberpower UPS I'd like to be able to monitor with LibreNMS. It only connects via USB. Is it possible to have the Ubuntu Server running SNMPD expose the UPS MIBs?
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USB 56k modem not detected

I have this USB 56k modem which I'm using to write some home automation software that will let me know when my home phone is ringing. My software works on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS laptop, with my modem ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 - Multiple Griffin Technology Powermate Knobs

I am running Ubuntu 14.04, and I want to run multiple griffin powermate knobs: https://store.griffintechnology.com/powermate. I want to map them to different keys other than audio control. I want to ...
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figuring out the e “manufacturer” and “product” attributes using udev for pendrive

I saw Writing raw images safely to USB sticks On Debian though, get nada from that command :- [$] udevadm info -a -p $(udevadm info -q path -n /dev/sdb)|grep -iE "manufacturer|product" [$] I ...
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how do I mount an external hard drive connected via SATA Wire to CentOS 7

I have CentOS 7 installed as a guest OS inside VirtualBox running on a Windows 8.1 machine. There is a SATA Wire connecting the machine to an external hard drive that used to contain a dual boot ...
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How to find the configuration differences between two identical usb audio dongle devices?

I have two units of the same headset model that use a wireless USB dongle (Logitech H800). Each headset only pairs with its own dongle, but I want to get the same dongle to work with both headsets. ...
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Ethernet USB dongle works then randomly drops until restart

I've been using xubuntu 14.04 as my daily driver for a while now, as I've been getting into web development. I'm using a dell ultrabook that has no ethernet port (XPS 12 9Q33), and so I have usb 2.0 ...
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How can I check or fix broken hardware links? “mount: no such device”

I have a SunBlade1000 running SunOS5.8 and I have a usb cradle from StarTech.com attached to it with a 1TB and a 2TB HDD from Seagate. The 1TB mounted just fine and is currently being written to. The ...
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Simple automount USB devices with fstab: is it normal behaviour?

I notice that adding this in /etc/fstab: /dev/sdb1 /media vfat nofail 0 0 will automount any SD card of my USB SD reader, and even auto-remount if I remove the card, and insert a new ...
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USB MIDI keyboard (Oxygen 61) now not appearing in QJackCtl

I've had a USB Oxygen61 MIDI keyboard for awhile now, and it has worked fine in the past (maybe a month ago, last I tried). But now when I plug it in, it no longer shows up in aconnect -l, and I ...
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USB bar code scanner not working on Raspbian

My USB bar code scanner (SYMBOL LS2208) is recognized as a HID. hid-generic 0003:05E0:0600.000F: hiddev0,hidraw0: USB HID v1.10 Device [\xffffffef\xffffffbe\xffffffa9\xffffffbe\xffffffa9Symbol ...
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Autoloading externally compiled module at hotplug event

I have a pretty outdated embedded linux driven system with v2.6.33.7 kernel, which came without USBNET and CDC_ETHER modules. I compiled those modules to be able to attach a certain USB-LAN stick, ...
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FreeBSD: Permanent nodes for usb devices

In FreeBSD, USB devices appear in /dev as (for example) /dev/ugen2.5, /dev/ugen2.6, etc... However, I noticed after a reboot sometimes these are pointing to different devices. Is there a way to lock ...
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New laptop - hub over-current condition

I bought a new laptop Lenovo B50-70 and I abe installed Linux Mint. In the syslog is long output og messages: .... hub 1-1:1.0: over-current condition on port 3 hub 2-0:1.0: over-current ...
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USB Logitech gaming controller doesn't get recognized

I have an offline Mint desktop that has not been connected to the Internet for some time; around the order of a year. So it is not updating for sure. Just got two USB Logitech gaming controllers, they ...
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Make bootable USB drive on Mac

I've tried to make a bootable USB drive — using Syslinux & Buildroot — on my Macbook Air. When I boot up I get something like this error. "Non-system disk, press any key to restart" Does that ...
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Handle mouse and keyboard usb device in udev

I'm trying to set up usbip on our thin clients to forward (almost all) USB devices to the server. What I don't want to forward are all input devices and all hub / virtual devices. So I want to ...
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Why do I have to insert USB storage twice to mount it?

Often, I insert my USB storage into my computer and it will not mount. I can see the USB drive recognised in KDE's panel, but it will not be mounted. I can click on the "mount" button in the panel, ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Why are USB partitions & disk capacity not coherent between fdisk, parted, dmesg & /dev/sdXy

Disclaimer: I initially posted this on SF : http://serverfault.com/q/645670, but I think it better fits here First, a word of context: I'm trying to burn an ISO on a 16 Gb USB key, but I'm having ...
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How to measure power consumption of a USB device?

The title says it. It has been asked how much power a port can deliver, but I do not need that. I need to get the power consumption of a plugged-in device in real time. This question was left ...
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What happens after dialing USB 3G modem

I have a hard time understanding how a 3G USB modem communicates with OS. As far as I understand, pretty much all USB modems work in a similar fashion - they expose USB CDC device and to connect, ...
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Configuring Epson Stylus NX420 Scanner on Debian Wheezy

I'm trying to get my Epson Stylus NX420 printer/scanner combo to work with sane on Debian Wheezy (via USB). I've got cups and saned running, and I've added the printer in the cups configuration page. ...
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How can I find out if a problem with the USB ports in my laptop is due to hardware or software?

A few days ago, the USB ports in my laptop stop working. At first, I thought it might be due to a recent update of my OS (Ubuntu 14.04), so I began testing if something came up when connecting a ...
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What accommodations must be made to boot an external HDD on multiple computers?

Is there a way to create a bootable external hard drive (like a persistent USB) that can be booted to multiple computers? I have built plenty of live USBs where this wasn't a problem, but when I ...
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How do you determine the capabilities of a WebCam?

I have a collection of WebCam's lying around. Some of them are new, some go back a decade (gotta love not having to "upgrade" devices in Linux :). Somehow I've developed the impression that ...
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Gobi 2000 not detected on Lenovo X201

I recently bought a used Lenovo X201 wich includes a Gobi 2000 3G modem, but I can't get it working for the simple reason: the USB device does not appear to show up in the kernel. uname -r output: ...
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Failing to load a module on udev event

I have a pretty simple udev rule which is executed when a USB is plugged into my Debian machine: SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", KERNEL=="sd?", ACTION=="add", RUN+="/usr/local/bin/USB/t.sh \ %k" My t.sh is also ...
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USB fails to be mounted or detected on Debian machine

My lsusb command says this: Bus 001 Device 002: ID 80ee:0021 VirtualBox USB Tablet Bus 002 Device 005: ID 0951:1642 Kingston Technology DT101 G2 Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 ...
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Sending SMS trough a modem attached to another server using ser2net and socat

I don't know exactly how to troubleshoot the issue I'm having, so I'll ask here. I have a USB 3G modem attached to a physical machine (server4) (running ProxMox (Debian Wheezy)), and I can send SMS ...
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USB Ports not working with Ubuntu Linux 14

Sorry if this seems like a duplicate post but I am Ubuntu Linux noob and am struggling with it a bit. I installed and configured Ubuntu Linux 14 for dual boot setup on my Windows 8.1 machine. ...
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How to turn off a USB drive when samba is not using it [Raspberry PI]

I have a backup server on a Raspberry Pi using samba with 2x 2TB drives for storage. To reduce noise and drive degradation I'd like to turn them off when I'm not transferring files. I tried to ...
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Rfkill refuses to unblock the WiFi device

Running rfkill list indicates the USB WiFi adapter is softblocked. I can run rfkill unblock 0 with no error message, yet running rfkill list again indicates the device is still softblocked. ...
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How do I know from a BeagleBone Black if it is connected via USB (as a client/slave)?

BeagleBone Black has an USB port which allows the user to access it through ssh. In general, we could say that when you plug it to a PC, the PC is the USB host and the BBB is the USB client. On the ...
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Brother scanner and missing /dev/bus/usb entry?

APR 2015 UPDATE: Scanning just worked! The update to Mint 17 (aka Ubuntu 14.04) did not make any difference, but the most likely explanation is that the recent update to Ubuntu 14.04.2 as the base ...
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How to use a PS gamepad with OpenWRT?

I'm fairly new to OpenWRT and Linux in general so please bare with me. I'm trying to print the button presses from a playstation gamepad to the console on an Arduino Yun which has OpenWRT. I've used ...
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Input/output error using jmtpfs not saving file when copying to device

I'm trying to mount an Android device on Debian using: jmtpfs /media/mobile But when I try to copy a file from my system to the device I get an input/output error saying that the file can't be ...
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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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Removed USB storage device is still mounted

I'm working on a embedded linux system based on busybox. Sometimes a USB device which is physically removed from the post is still displayed in mount, df or /proc/mounts. If I reattach the device, it ...
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Device in fstab not mounting at boot

The following is in my /etc/fstab file: UUID=596ac80a-5571-41dc-a00e-b3270ecfe7c4 / ext3 errors=remount-ro 0 1 /dev/sdb1 /home/teamspeak/ts3/files/virtualserver_1/channel_527 ext3 ...
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Save motion output videos in USB Drive

I'm using a USB drive in my Raspberry to store my website. Now I want also save my videos made with motion. I wasn't able to save in a folder different from /tmp/motion so googling I found I had to ...
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How to make a mouse driver from a tty?

I have an Arduino plugged in my computer through the uart/tty port. I would like to use it as a mouse but I have no idea where to start with kernel/device drivers/etc. Here is a little summary of ...
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Scanner works in laptop, not in desktop

I have an Epson Perfection 660 flatbed scanner that works on my laptop. This is what appears in /var/log/syslog when I plug it in: Dec 18 15:43:57 lap kernel: [   31.868278] usb 6-2: new full-speed ...