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Well, this issue was fixed in Ubuntu 14.04. It also switches to USB modem mode automatically. So, upgrading to 14.04 solved the problem.


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Each type of USB device sends data in its own way. It's up to the driver to decide what to do with the data. For data sent through a serial device, simply read from /dev/ttyUSBn. </dev/ttyUSB0 awk ' {data += $0} /record end/ {print $0 | "process-one-record #" NR} '


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1) The syntax is tail -f < /dev/ttyUSB0 2) What code did you deploy on the arduino board? I have the same board and I used http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/MPU-6050


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These steps worked for me with a GIGABYTE 970A-DS3P and AMD-FX-8320 running Ubuntu 15.04 xHCI handoff - Enabled EHCI handoff - Enabled IOMMU controller - Enabled UEFI - Disabled All boot options - Legacy Only


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I guess your virtualbox is missing the USB extension pack. Please do download it from the respective website and add that extenstion pack to your virtualbox using the below stelps, File-> Preferences ->Extensions-> Add extension. Hope it works.


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Your mouse presents itself as a HID (Human interface device) usb class device. You can remove the device from the kernel HID driver's control by finding the hex vendor and device id of it and giving it to libhid-detach-device. Eg: lsusb ... Bus 003 Device 013: ID 046d:c05a Logitech, Inc. M90/M100 Optical Mouse ... sudo libhid-detach-device 046d:c05a


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This is simple syntax error. You are entering the wrong commands and for the wrong reasons. Assuming your OpenWRT install has the required packages (block mount, filesystem kmod, etc.), your issues are: Step 5. You are trying to cd (change directory) into a device. /dev/sdc is a 'special file' (aka a device) not a directory. Step 9. You created /media/usb ...


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Add the physical addresses to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-evdev.conf, like this: Section "InputClass" Identifier "evdev pointer catchall" MatchIsPointer "on" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" Driver "evdev" Option "Phys" "usb-0000:00:14.0-10.2/input0" EndSection Section "InputClass" Identifier "evdev ...


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It took me a while to understand how to create a live-usb with arch linux. The solution is simple. I just wrote: $ dd if=/adress/of/iso-file of=/adress/of/usb-stick/sda/not/sdaY/don't/write/the/partition/number I worked a lot with gnome disk utility and gparted. It's okay to clear the partition table of the USB-Stick. One interesting fact is important. ...


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so in line with the previous answer, I just told my system to not even bother to use the cdrom as a source for updates at all. I first had to change the file permissions of sources.list so I could change it change to directory it was in cd /etc/apt then change permissions chmod 666 sources.list (read/write for owner, root, and user) then I ...


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I found a temporary solution which may be the only possible solution. It may bring light on the actual cause so I won't accept my own answer for a few days but I will after that point. By connecting to the device through a virtual machine, although the crashes are just as frequent, the connection can be force closed by disabling and re-enabling the link ...


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Ok, I pulled out the cable and it is almost certainly just a USB2 cable. The inserts are white. I will have to buy a USB3 cable, and if that fixes the problem, I will mark this answer as accepted.


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Might be related to USB: "fix race between root-hub suspend and remote wakeup" Kernel Bugfix But I have no idea how to fix it?


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You can drop a device from the bus and add it back by writing 0 then 1 to /sys/bus/usb/.../bConfigurationValue. More certain would be to call libusb_reset_device() using a simple C program. common for GSM modems to hang and they sometimes need to be reset once a day Consider better hardware.


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"If it quacks like a keyboard and types like a keyboard it must be a keyboard." That's not always true. The lsusb utillity takes his information from a file called /var/lib/usbutils/usb.ids to look up the vendor ids, product ids, classes, subclasses and protocols. But, notice an USB device can imitate a wrong id (See Rubber Ducky for example). ...


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The vendor id comes first (most general), then the product id. Note that these values are in hex. Another way to find out is that one of them should be listed as a vendor id here: http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids.



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