New answers tagged usb
You must be careful where you get your Yubikeys from, as some 2nd hand ones come from Google's test team. These will not work with the current version of NEO manager or the Personalization tool. 0x02xx devices are test devices. If you kindly ask yubikey support for help, and give the device ID, and how you came to acquire said device (probably eBay) from ...
There is an answer in Kernel documentation: 3.1.2 usbmouse ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For embedded systems, for mice with broken HID descriptors and just any other use when the big usbhid wouldn't be a good choice, there is the usbmouse driver. It handles USB mice only. It uses a simpler HIDBP protocol. This also means the mice must support this simpler protocol. Not ...
With udevadm: udevadm info -n /dev/sr0 There's also lsblk: lsblk --nodeps -o name,serial,vendor,model,rev,tran /dev/sr0 but it won't give you the ID_MODEL_ID and ID_VENDOR_ID. Both methods allow you to tell whether a drive is internal (ata/sata) or external (usb) via ID_BUS and respectively tran (except for the drives connected via esata). I found ...
You can try the "lshw" command, in Debian/Ubuntu it is in a package with the same name. It provides you with tons of detailed information. Or try "lsscsi" (for instance lsscsi -c).
To be able to use USB in your VM your user must be a member of the vboxusers group. To achieve this open a terminal window (in the host) and type sudo adduser <youruser> vboxusers Then log out and log in again.
there are options to use pluggable devices as credential , when logging in at console . however if we want the authentication device to be presented remotely , the server cannot verify it in an obvious manner . however why not store the private key in a file and let ssh client read from it ?
You don't say what version of linux you want on there but yes you can use usb. Here is how to do it for centos http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/InstallFromUSBkey
Try exploring /sys/bus/usb/devices/.
The rule syntax above may work on some distributions, but did not work on mine (Raspbian). Since I never found a single document that explains all the ins and outs, I wrote my own, to be found here. This is what it boils down to. 1. find out what's on ttyUSB: dmesg | grep ttyUSB 2. list all attributes of the device and pick out a unique identifier set, ...
The only thing that I had to do to enable (connect) wireless headphones Sony MDR-ZX550BN are in /etc/bluetooth/input.conf add/uncomment line: #Enable HID protocol handling in userspace input profile #Defaults to false (HIDP handled in HIDP kernel module) UserspaceHID=true and naturally restart service /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart P.S. I'm ...
Top 50 recent answers are included