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The reason it happens that way is that the program says "write this data" and the linux kernel copies it into a memory buffer that is queued to go to disk, and then says "ok, done". So the program thinks it has copied everything. Then the program closes the file, but suddenly the kernel makes it wait while that buffer is pushed out to disk. So, ...


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Lets see what the kernel configs looks like: cat /boot/config-$(uname -r) | grep CONFIG_USB_ETH Output: bob@bob-NE722:~/Downloads/odoo-8.0$ cat /boot/config-$(uname -r) | grep CONFIG_USB_ETH CONFIG_USB_ETH=m CONFIG_USB_ETH_RNDIS=y CONFIG_USB_ETH_EEM=y This indicates that compiled into the ubuntu kernel is support for RNDIS and EEM, but usb ethernet ...


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I'd run lsof as root and then check to see which processes have /dev/tty* files open. Then trace down the process to determine what they are doing.


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Solution 1 Edit the file /etc/bluetooth/input.conf and set the parameter IdleTimeout= to 0 root@nwdesktop:~# vim /etc/bluetooth/input.conf Example: # Configuration file for the input service # This section contains options which are not specific to any # particular interface [General] # Set idle timeout (in minutes) before the connection will # be ...


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Sounds like the wrong video driver. Try editing the kernel boot line and add single or 1 to the end and see if it can boot to a non-GUI command-line.


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If you're using udisks, which, you can restrict what permissions a user has in regards to removable devices with polkit There are some good example configurations shown here


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For me it was the baudrate too low. Output did appear once I reconfigured the system (device and port) to use 300 instead of 150.


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Why not use a hub and turn of power to that hub, the hub will then not have its own powerbrick connected. As long as it behaves like a device according to one of the posts above it should be possible to turn the hub off. But I'd be weary to actually (accidentally) have anything USB like on any other port powered by the strip, because they will not get ...



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