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

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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 don'...
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WIFI over SDIO over USB - Do I have to reflect that in the device tree?

I am currently extending an embedded hardware platform which runs a linux kernel 3.16. I want to connect an external SDIO controller to the USB bus, and then run a WIFI module using that SDIO ...
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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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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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disabling usb device debian [duplicate]

How can I disable a usb device on debian? I am using a macbook pro but I have installed debian jessie 8.2 on it. the USB device: Card Reader (Apple) is pulling way too much power and I don't even use ...
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Decrease USB Detection Time in Linux?

I'm creating a Linux based test rig for a USB device (not storage). Basically i've set it up using udev rules to automatically open a terminal and run a test script as soon as the USB device is ...
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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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How to get the photos off a Windows phone

How can I see the photos taken with a Windows phone? I'm used to simply plugging in a phone using an USB cable and being able to browse to the folder containing the photos. In this case however, ...
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Installing linux to run off USB

I have copied a Gnome distro to a USB drive which boots fine on my Mac, I want to install this to another USB drive I have so I can take the USB drive and use it on any PC. I partitioned the USB drive ...
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Linux video capture does not work cam3 or Image capture in cam1 fails

I am trying to some solution or run-time fix on this. Problem: After connecting a 3rd camera, Linux video capture does not work cam3 or Image capture in cam1 fails. History: Initially, we ...
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Safely remove usb from linux device [duplicate]

I am using a USB with an embedded device running linux. The issue is that in some cases when I unmount the usb by giving the command umount /media/sda1 the unmount is successful but when I proceed to ...
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All USB devices that were connected, EVER

How do I find all the USB devices that were connected, since the installation of the OS? I suspect that the path /var/run/udev/data has this info, but not sure. In addition, how do I filter the ...
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How to create a bootable USB stick with Debian Squeeze

Using Ubuntu, I want to install Debian Squeeze on my PC with a bootable USB stick. I found this tutorial: Plug the usb key in order to find the device location: $ df -k /dev/sdb ...
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UNIX dd command writing .iso very fast, bootable USB not working [closed]

I've used the dd command before to successfully write bootable linux usb's. I am unable to get a booting USB, and this is what the output from the dd command looks like: 0+1 records in 0+1 records ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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How to distinguish two usb printers in an android device [closed]

There are two printers plugged into an android board by usb ports. I was trying to print doc from the android device. when the first printer plug in, there will be a path "dev/usb/lp0" show up. and ...
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Mounted devices when using dd to create USB device boot image

I have read that when creating a USB boot image with dd, the USB device should not to be mounted. Can somebody explain to me why not? I am very confused please help me out.
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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 --parity=...
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Trying to create a bootable usb drive for kali linux

I was wondering how I create a bootable usb kali linux drive for mac. And when I create one, is the usb drive a temporary os, like every time you plug it in it switches to kali linux and when you ...
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Debian install unsuccessfull: DVD, dd, cat, Unetbootin, YUMI, Rufus, Live CD installs do not work

I have an old laptop which runs Windows 7 and Linux Mint perfectly. However, I do not seem to be able to install Debian into it. I tried lots of ways to install with USB stick but failed. Image was ...
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Can I use libusb to get entire usb device tree?

I was wondering if it is possible to use libusb to get the whole USB device tree consisting of hostcontroller, root_hub, hubs and devices. Pretty much the same thing, that lsusb -t does. is this ...
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Changing mode preference (1x/EVDO/Hybrid) for USB modem

Device in question - Huawei HC156 (what it says on the packaging)/HC1260 (what it says in lsusb). I CAN connect to the internet with it, but I can't change modes between 1x, EVDO, Hybrid. The option ...
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Pass fastboot USB device to VirtualBox Windows VM from ArchLinux

I have a Xiaomi android phone and I want to unlock its bootloader. The official way is using a Windows tool, so I booted up my Windows VM and tried to pass the USB device form the devices menu, but it ...
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write speed to USB flash drive in USB 2.0 mode compared to USB 3.0 mode

When I connect my SanDisk USB flash drive to USB 2.0 port and write 102MB of data to it, then the data transfer speed is 9.2MB/s: # time dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb bs=512 count=200000 200000+0 ...
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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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Why do I not seem to have hidraw options on my system, and how can I fix my usb devices?

Starting today, I noticed a few problems with my system. USB devices, including the internal ones such as microphones, don't seem to be working at all. I first noticed when my keyboard and mouse weren'...
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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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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 run a script (when usb memory is plugged) automatically in Debian Jessie (Raspberry Pi)?

I'm working with Raspberry Pi. Previously, I used udev rule to run a script when a usb flash memory was plugged. The following was the content of /etc/udev/rules.d/10-usbstick.rules file: ACTION=="...
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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 it....
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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 /bin/...
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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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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, ...