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

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mount error “is not a block device”, for Kingston 16 GB Pen Drive

My USB pen drive auto-mounted in RHEL 7, but it is showing an error mounted not a block device, while running the command as follows: dd if=/dev/sda of=<auto mounted path of usb drive>
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USB WiFi adapter using ath9k_htc not working on Linux

I have a TL-WN821N wifi adapter that is supposed to work using purely free software. It used to work when I used the Trisquel Linux distribution but now when I have switched to Debian it does not ...
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Raspberry Pi 3 TP-LINK AC 600 (T2UH) wireless USB adapter (Raspbian Lite)

I'm trying to install my TP-LINK AC 600 (T2UH) wireless USB adapter on my Raspberry Pi 3b running Raspbian Jessie Lite. I was following a guide for Ubuntu but it looks like i'm missing something but ...
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FTDI Driver for Custom PID and VID

I have changed VID and PID of my ftdi board to 0001 and 0002. Now the com is not showing and the device is showing in unknown device. How can make a customize driver for it to get com port. Sorry ...
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Unable to connect INTEX 3.5G (aka 普创E003) Wireless USB modem in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Can anyone help me out on connecting INTEX 3.5G 7.2 Mbps (aka 普创E003) Wireless USB modem in Ubuntu? Initially it is recognized as a storage device and the modprobe cmd does not create any impact on ...
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How to add Android x86 to Yumi!

Is there any way to add android to Yumi? I want to be able to boot my computer from a USB stick and install android. So, how can I install Android using Yumi or any other multiboot USB creator?
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Cannot stop autofs on FC19

I'd like to temporarily disable autofs on my fedora 19 x86 install. I would like to insert USB drives without them auto-mounting. Typing: service autofs stop Returns: Redirecting to ...
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How to remove unplugged device from lsusb's result

I put the USB wlan NIC into my server. However it did not work correctly, I pull it off. But it still remains the lsusb's result. $ lsusb Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate ...
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How can I full install multiple Linux distros on a USB hard drive? [on hold]

So, I bought a 4TB hard drive for Linux (don't judge man) and downloaded a bunch of live CD's. That worked okay, but not good. Then, I realized my big problem. Since I am somewhat new to Linux I ...
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Mac Bootable USB not showing in boot menu

So the other day I created a MultiBoot USB using SARDU (It was the only one that worked with my 4TB hard drive). I had done this on my Windows 7 and thought, "Hmmmmmm, you know what would this really ...
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How to check if an USB device is present without lsusb?

I want to see if an USB device is present but I don't have lsusb. Is there another way to check if an USB device is present without having to use lsusb?
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Is it possible to make the device filesystem name , /dev/sd?1 , stay constant everytime we reconnect the SanDisk USB Cruzer drive?

Is it possible to make the device filesystem name , /dev/sdi1 , shown by lsblk -f stay constant everytime we disconnect and reconnect the SanDisk USB Cruzer drive? I am running Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on ...
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Static CDC ACM device binding

I'm using a buildroot linux on IMX6 board. I have 2 CDC ACM device, a reader and a modem. My modem have always been on /dev/ttyACM0 and I want it to stay that way. The problem is that my reader is ...
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Unable to start jack server in beaglebone black debian [duplicate]

I am trying to build run a C program in Beaglebone Black using Debian in which I am trying to receive sound from USB sound card. For this I have made my USB sound card as default sound hardware by ...
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Practical method to safely use a USB stick on daily basis for Linux

Which practical method exist for safely using a USB stick on a daily basis, for Linux-based systems (e.g. Ubuntu) ? With emphasis over the following: I'm well aware that nothing is 100% secure ...
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Why is USB not working in Linux when it works in UEFI/BIOS?

For background I have just built a new machine with modern hardware including: AMD FX-8350 Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 motherboard 16GB RAM NVidia GTX 650 Ti Kingston SSD Given that, I tried to install ...
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Flash Drive is not detected and can not format it in debian jessie

I have one 4GB Flash Drive which is now not working at all. There are some important data in it but since it is not even detected I am running out of options. I even tried recreating partition table ...
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D-Link DWM-156 HSPA USB Modem doesn't work with SIM card inserted

I have a D-Link DWM-156 HSPA modem, that I bought just a few days ago. The modem has drivers in its internal storage. There are Debian packages (.deb) for both i386 and amd64, so obviously I installed ...
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Can't install BlackArch on Live USB

So I have the following problem. I want to install BlackArch on an USB. I downloaded the Live ISO (64Bit) and used PowerISO to make a bootable USB. I am on Windows 8.1 so I hit WINDOWS BUTTON + C, ...
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BackTrack USB Wireless adapter drivers issue

I purchased USB Wireless adapter which runs smoothly on Windows and Ubuntu, but in BackTrack it's showing me a Bad password issue. From my reading I guess it's driver issue which BackTrack Kernel ...
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Can't find OpenWRT driver for Insignia NS-PU98635 USB-Ethernet Adapter on RPi 1B

I have a Raspberry Pi (1B). It's running OpenWRT (Barrier Breaker - 14.07, r42625). There's an Insignia USB3.0-Gigabit Ethernet adapter (NS-PU98635) plugged in. I can't find the driver for that ...
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minicom showing offline

I am trying to use minicom in Ubuntu. To do this I first connect my USB to DB9 converter, then I type this command on terminal dmesg | grep tty to check if my USB to DB9 converter is connected ...
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Where can I find a list of USB error codes?

Every time I boot Debian, the boot log shows a bunch of xhci_hcd problems, and messages like usb 3-13: hub failed to enable device, error -22 usb 3-13: device descriptor read/8, error -61 I'm ...
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Getting my Smart Card reader to work on Linux

I got a Smart Card reader, that I ripped from a Laptop the other day. It is an internal Smart Card reader, though it uses USB, so making a cable for it, was no problem. It seems it's recognized by ...
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Problem using GSM USB modems on HP Pavilion laptop

A week ago I migrated from an old PC running Ubuntu 11.04 to Laptop running Kubuntu 16.04. I am having problems using USB modems on the new setup. 1st modem is a ZTE. This modem intermitently loads. ...
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how to detect a microsoft sculpt keyboard dongle?

I recently purchased a used microsoft sculpt keyboard (with mouse) in order to use it with Linux Mint 17.3 I was hopping that it would work out of the box, instead nothing works (yes, batteries are ...
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How to find the pci slot of an usb controller in Linux?

I have a nearly common Linux machine here. So, it has a PCI (*-X, etc) bus, on that some USB controllers, and I have USB devices on these USB controllers. Similar to this: $ lspci|grep USB 00:12.0 ...
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Mount error when automounting a LUKS-encrypted USB flashdrive

UPDATE 1: userone@desktop:~$ sudo umount "/media/userone/New Volume" umount: /media/userone/New Volume: mountpoint not found userone@desktop:~$ sudo cryptsetup luksClose ...
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Disable usb keyboard during suspend

I want to disable an external usb keyboard whenever the computer is put into suspend mode so that the computer can't be woken by press on the usb keyboard. I was referred to this site, but I don't ...
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Make a computer act as a virtual USB device for other equipments

Some applications simulate a virtual USB or CD Rom drive as if a USB drive is attached to the computer. Is there any configuration or application that provides a virtual USB drive, not for the the ...
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Creating a bootable usb stick to use on a macbook

I did the following steps to create a bootable usb stick, following https://astrofloyd.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/boot-linux-from-usb-flash-drive-on-macbook/ created a fat32 usb stick copied a Fedora ...
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“usb 3-2: can't set config #1, error -110” - USB keyboard works in Windows 8 laptop but on PC only until Linux boots

I tried 2 new USB keyboards that work until Linux starts booting. When booting I saw: [ 8.365211] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=1a2c, idProduct=0b23 [ 8.404863] usb 3-2: New USB ...
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Debian USB automount

Got my USB flash automount broken after reboot. Using Debian 6, GNOME 2 My NTFS hard disk is still mounting correctly. When i connect my Android smartphone (with SD and local drive) my messages log ...
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Windows backup, bootable recovery media, and bootable ubuntu media on same flash drive

I'm going to install Ubuntu side-by-side with windows 10 and I'm seeing lots of advice to back up windows onto a system image. Moreover, it looks like to be able to restore that image if something ...
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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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NixOS: Screen connected over USB-C stays black

I've got a Dell XPS 13' (9350), with a Dell USB-C to HDMI adapter, connected to a screen. I'm running NixOS with XMonad. The screen (set to HDMI input) shows "no input signal" despite: xrandr ...
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USB Devices doesn't work but show up in lsub and dmesg

I found this article and seem to have a similar Problem. Why is USB not working in Linux when it works in UEFI/BIOS? MyConfig Fujitsu Board Qxx Chipset i5-2400 I use VPro KVM and the input doesn't ...
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Cannot access HDD files through Linux Mint Live USB

I have valuable info on my Ubuntu partition, but it crashed, and I tried to get to it through Live USB with Mint 14, but it says it's read only. Can I make it writable too? So I can put it on my ...
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Endless data loop from dev/ttyUSB while sending AT commands

I have problem sending AT commands to my USB modem. At first I tried php-serial class, but when i was reading data, I got endless loop with strange data. Then I tried to debug problem and opened putty ...
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ELAN Touchscreen on Ubuntu 14.04 and Debian 7.6

I recently purchased an ASUS Q550LF laptop with Windows 8.1 preinstalled, and subsequently installed Ubuntu 14.04 and Debian 7.6. I use Ubuntu for most tasks, but occasionally have reason to boot ...
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VirtualBox guest cannot connect to USB drive, why not?

I have VirtualBox installed in Windows 8.1 and I am using it to launch and use CentOS 7 within VirtualBox. When I connect a USB drive to the computer, and right click over the icon circled in the ...
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Meaning of the letters following bus numbers in usbmon

$ sudo ls /sys/kernel/debug/usb/usbmon/ 0s 0u 1s 1t 1u 2s 2t 2u 3s 3t 3u 4s 4t 4u According to the usbmon documentation, u is a superset of the t format. What is s?
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Using HID compliant mouse like device in ubuntu [closed]

Aim: I have a whiteboard which emulates a mouse. Thus, when you click and drag on the whiteboard it should move the cursor. I want to make a whiteboard work in Ubuntu. It works on windows. Device ...
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How to install Debian Jessie as a persistant install on my 16GB usb from Windows 7 OS?

Sir, I am a complete newbie. I have never used Linux extensively in my entire life. I use Windows 7 32 bit but my system supports 64 bit architecture and I want to switch to Debian linux 64 bit. ...
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How to get device filename from lsusb output or by device path

Related question: USB connect/disconnect notification When the device is plugged/unplugged, I get instant notification, that's great. But to make it (almost) perfect, I also want to get device ...
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Grub and usb serial support

How to access the grub menu using a usb serial converter? I know it's possible to have grub menu in serial console, putting these lines in grub.conf: serial --unit=0 --speed=9600 --word=8 ...
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Wireless device not showing up

So I have a Product: VNT USB-802.11 Wireless LAN Adapter. I connected it to my computer today after not having it connected for awhile and it suddenly does not show up as a network adapter. I checked ...
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usb_submit_urb(ctrl) failed: -1 Corsair k65 RGB keyboard

I recently purchased a Corsair k65 RGB keyboard. Of course it didn't work at first, but with an ckb-opensource driver I got everything working on my arch system. Everything went so well until I ...
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Incorrect step with grub while installing onto a USB stick?

I tried installing debian on a USB stick. I believed I made a mistake with the grub boot up part. I want to leave my harddrives alone and with my bios choose to boot up from a stick. Do I need grub if ...
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Debian apt-get install asks for the DVD Binary [duplicate]

I have installed debian 8 jessie via usb stick on my thinkpad x250 (the laptop doesn't have any cd-dvd rom). Now when i want to use the synaptic or install some programms (especifically pure data) ...