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

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Having trouble with devices and USB ports

I have been trying to play Xwing vs Tie fighter on linux Ubuntu Mate in virtualbox with my playstation 3 controller. After a few attempts It worked but I rebooted and it stopped working. If I load ...
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Adding USB device to rules.d

I have trouble adding usb device to rules.d list, I want to be able to use it without root. Here is my USB device: Bus 001 Device 007: ID 1162:2200 Secugen Corp. And this is entry I made in ...
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Redirecting USB scanner to windows machine

We have a Linux thin client that connects to the Windows terminal server via RDP. We need to redirect USB scanner that plugged to the Linux machine to the Windows terminal server. What is most ...
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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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usb_buffer_alloc, kmalloc, usb_alloc_coherent error writing USB Device Driver [migrated]

I'm writing a USB Device Driver for simple communication with an FPGA (UART / USB) and I intend to end this available for use in the Linux community. Introduction to the problem: I wrote my code and ...
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How to boot linux from usb and then change root, or something

My motherboard has USB3 ports on it but the BIOS Boot Mgr will only boot from the USB2 ports. I have a Xubuntu bootable system I have installed on a USB3 stick, but I'm stuck running it from a slow ...
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rs232 to usb not working

I also asked this question on AskUbuntu but there nobody comments on it I have a konig rs232 serial to usb adapter (no FTDI chip), but when I try to connect to a cisco switch/router (via Putty, ...
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How to create standard Linux Mint in USB stick?

I want to install Linux Mint to USB stick and boot from it. Full, standard (not Live USB) install. I have now Live USB stick in my Mac but it don't remember any changes so i want to change this live ...
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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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USB headset not working properly

I have a Corsair Vengeance 1500 USB Headset and I'm using linux Mint. My headset doesn't always immediately work when connecting it to my pc, but most of the time the headset works. Sometimes the ...
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How to detect a working ttyUSB for my usb modem

I working with OpenWRT and need setup USB 3G Modem. When i connect USB modem i see in logs that system create four ttyUSB. Why four? Tue Jul 29 07:45:23 2014 kern.info kernel: [ 580.220000] ...
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Windows XP Virtualbox Not Recognising iPhone [closed]

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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MediaTek MT7610U (RT2860) driver won't compile

I just bought a USB wi-fi dongle using the MediaTek MT7610U (RT2860) chipset, and the drivers from their website: http://www.mediatek.com/en/downloads1/downloads/mt7610u-usb/ won't compile, with this ...
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Anti-ghosting (NKRO over USB) keyboard

I've recently bought a new keyboard and was surprised to find that it didn't work in Linux. This keyboard does strange things to handle multiple key presses (anti-ghosting, a/k/a N-key rollover) over ...
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IP address assigned when using 3G USB modem

If I use a 3G USB modem with a SIM card on my linux machine, do I get the IP address assigned by the carrier just as my phone when it uses the same SIM card, or do I get a different IP address (as it ...
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Using USB-MIDI controller in VirtualBox

I want to use the Akai MPK 49 master keyboard in a VirtualBox 4.3.28 Windows 7 32bit guest running a Fedora Linux 22 64bit host with kernel version 4.0.4-301. However, Virtualbox doesn't seem to ...
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How do I create a USB networking interface for passing internet to my Android phone?

I am working on passing through the internet from my computer to my phone (running Android) over USB. I'm not sure how to achieve this, but I know I will need a usb network interface, such as usb0. ...
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Arch Linux installation usb

I burned the newest ISO to a flash drive using unetbootin, but it only comes up with this: Arch Linux archiso x86_64 UEFI USB UEFI Shell x86_64 v1 UEFI Shell x86_64 v2 EFI Default Loader When I try ...
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My usb udev rule not triggering when I do echo 0 >authorized ; echo 1 >authorized

My custom rule runs a shell command when I physically plug the USB device. /etc/udev/rules.d/85-my_stk1160_pal.rules : ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="05e1", ...
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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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Fedora installation problems

I want to install Fedora on my laptop. I tried many things, but they did not work. I bought a DVD of Fedora 20 online, but it stops between the installation process says there is bug in the DVD. But ...
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Yumi, shows an error when I run it

I installed yumi on Linux Mint 17.2. When I run yumi,it shows the following error: This application has raised an unexpected error and must abort. [43] Access forbidden. FMain.INSTALL_SYSLINUX.252 ...
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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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Event handling and networking

The basic use case I have in mind here is network transparent keyboard/mouse/pen/midi events. (Timing latency is not a serious issue yet.) There are two questions. If I plug in a USB keyboard our ...
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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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How can I add an external CD/DVD writer ?

I want to add an external CD/DVD writer to my Ubuntu 14.04 system (System 76 Ratel): the writers in my local electronics store have USB interfaces, and the drives are advertised as windows and mac ...
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How can I enable access to USB devices within VirtualBox guests?

I cannot see any USB devices within my VirtualBox guest VMs from my host. How do I enable access for my guest VMs? ...
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Usb serial cable (prolific) not working with ftdi_sio driver on rpi-buildroot image

I'm using a raspberry pi to control a LED matrix display with a Prolific USB to serial cable (067b 2303). Using the default raspian image it works perfectly, however with a custom buildroot image ...
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Restrict USB access on a Debian

Is it possible to restrict the permissions of USB ports on a Debian (Linux) system ? For examples : Suppressing the ability to plug any kind of material excepted USB key? Giving the ability to ...
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USB Audio detected by ALSA but not JACK?

I have a Presonus AudioBox USB device, connected to a USB 3 port, that supports both MIDI and Audio input. When I launch JACK and open the connection list from QJackCtl, I can see that the AudioBox ...
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lsusb doesn't list device names

This is what I get from lsusb: $ lsusb Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Bus 001 Device 004: ID 1bcf:2c18 Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0489:e046 Bus 001 Device 002: ...
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Install arch linux when lvm on luks keyfile on usb and bootlouder on usb

Im trying to install Arch Linux in the following way: LVM is installed on LUKS when the LUKS key is image stored on USB And the botlaodr is also on additional USB For some reason, even though I did ...
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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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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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Run CentOS 7 live from USB

I downloaded CentOS 7 from http://mirror.yourwebhoster.eu/centos/7/isos/x86_64/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1503-01.iso and put it on to an USB. But when starting the computer with the USB in it, I only get ...
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usbip: problem getting device attributes: No such file or directory

I try to use an ftdi rs232/usb adapter over ethernet. It's connected to my raspberry pi. pi@raspberrypi ~ $ usbip list -l Local USB devices ================= - busid 1-1 (0424:9512) 1-1:1.0 ...
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Media changed: please insert the disk labeled 'Debian GNU/Linux

I installed Debian 7 using a USB flash drive "burned" from the first DVD ISO of the Debian installation CD/DVD. I did a very minimal install without Debian desktop environment, Print server and ...
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How can I match a ttyUSBX device to a usb serial device

option driver correctly matched USB ID and loads driver for this device. For example # lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 19d2:0031 ONDA Communication S.p.A. ZTE MF636 Bus 001 Device 003: ID 12d1:14ac ...
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Smartphone used as USB memory stick is correctly read on XP VirtualBox machine but Linux Mint show only root folders

Smartphone used as USB memory stick is correctly read on XP VirtualBox machine but Linux Mint show only root folders The stick is recognized by Linux, but show first level folder only: Folders are ...
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Can two USB RNDIS gadgets with the same IP connect to one computer's VNC servers?

I have two android gadgets set to USB tether mode, connecting to one computer. I'd like to have one gadget connect to VNC on port 5900 and the other on port 5902. When they're both connected, the ...
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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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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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“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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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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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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System claims my USB is mounted when I insert it and I cannot (un)mount it. How do I fix this?

I'm running Ubuntu 14.10 Server (headless). I have a group of USB flashdrives that I need to reformat for use across several devices. I've successfully mounted, formatted, copied files to, and ...
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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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How to get /dev/ttyUSB* to show up?

I've been using FTDI usb serial cables on OSX with really no thought for years. Now, I'm trying to get the same cables working on Linux (Linux Mint, Debian Edition 2). What I understand so far is... ...
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USB keypad (HID) not responding in linux but in grub

An external USB keypad I'd like to use gets recognised as a USB HID device, but it is not functional when Linux is booted. It does work when plugged into a Windows desktop and it does work while in ...
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How to get the name of USB driver in use in linux

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on my laptop. I'm having USB related issues in my laptop. It works sometimes and sometimes doesn't. I thought of fixing the issue myself. So, I wanted to know if there is a ...