New answers tagged hardware
dmesg is the easiest method: dmesg | grep sd* (sd* being the name of your device e.g. sda) From the command above, you will see the following: Attached SCSI disk (hard disk) Attached SCSI removable disk (removable media; such as, USB flash drive)
It's going to be pretty hard to give a solid answer without just taking shots in the dark, but since this is happening on separate hardware and software, this may have something to do with any programs which run cross-platform which have settings and run via an interpreter or similar. For example the collection of extensions you run in Firefox or a ...
I've run into a similar problem many times with a variety of USB devices. My general approach to start debugging these issues has been the following: Plug the device directly into the computer vs. into a USB hub that's connected into the computer. For whatever reason the daisy chaining of devices through a hub like this can cause problems (this isn't a ...
You can use output of the /proc/ioports: $ cat /proc/ioports 0000-0cf7 : PCI Bus 0000:00 0000-001f : dma1 0020-0021 : pic1 0040-0043 : timer0 0050-0053 : timer1 0060-0060 : keyboard 0064-0064 : keyboard 0070-0077 : rtc0 0080-008f : dma page reg 00a0-00a1 : pic2 00c0-00df : dma2 00f0-00ff : fpu ... And cat ...
Top 50 recent answers are included