Why is it that some kind of USB devices (e.g. web camera) are exclusively assigned* to a KVM virtual machine, while others (e.g. mouse, keyboard) can be shared between host/VM/other VMs?
All USB devices are exclusive: USB devices can only be attached to a single master, not a multiple master.
Anything that is "shared" uses a different ...
I followed some of the comments here:
Killing pipewire and then restarting pulseaudio fixed the problem:
systemctl --user stop pipewire.service
systemctl --user restart pulseaudio.service
It appears to be a race between pipewire and pulseaudio. I don't know anything about pipewire, but it ...
I had a problem with an NTFS version, created by an older linux ntfs-3g, which Windows did not recognise; there was a brief prompt before format.
The USB drive with the extended partition was not recognised and was then formatted.
The recovery tool is your best bet, it will do it's best to approximate the ...
Didn't tried it myself, but I've found this information on the coreboot wiki (https://www.coreboot.org/GRUB2#On_a_USB_serial_or_USB_debug_adapter)
To enable serial, first find out the name of your usb serial port trough:
insmod nativedisk # needed not to get the disk disapearing when insmoding the *hci