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devices refers to questions about the Unix/Linux device special files, normally these are under /dev. Do not use this tag for physical devices (for that use e.g. usb or pci).

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I approve of the answer by goldilocks. But instead of using the system call read to check for filesystem changes, one can use inotify. Its man page is here and here. There is an excellent explanatio …
answered Jul 24 '14 by user2555595
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plugged in, I catch the interrupt these devices raises and use it to do something in my application, involving these devices. If it cannot be done in Gtkmm, can I trap the Interrupt at a lower level … GParted, pendrive was not present in the drop down menu of devices. It appeared only when I selected “Refresh Devices” in the GParted menu or Ctrl+R. …
asked Jul 16 '14 by user2555595