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How to enable USB ethernet in Arch Linux?

Following Stephen Boston's comment, I solved this problem: First, install 2 software: pacman --sync usbutils usb_modeswitch Then, get details about the external USB ethernet device (I found that it ...
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How to find the pci slot of an usb controller in Linux?

Another more GUI friendly option for those with a more visual learning style: sudo lshw -html > /tmp/lshw.html Then open this in a browser: xdg-open /tmp/lshw.html # Opens in default browser # ...
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Unable to use USB dongle based on USB-serial converter chip

Commenting out the offending lines in brltty worked for me too I have quite a few usbuarts and it was very frustrating to find them all vanished but still working under previous Ubuntu and Windows! ...
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Max number of devices this xHCI host supports is 32

Your expectation is incorrect. Not all USB XHCI controllers are the same, although they all present a similar, standardized programming interface. You can easily find the base XHCI specification on ...
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USB don't show on fdisk

fdisk: cannot open /dev/sdc: No medium found Your USB stick is pretending to be a removable drive with no media inserted (like a CD-ROM drive with no disc). Unfortunately, this is how some storage ...
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USB don't show on fdisk

Always try this first (if you can see it in lsusb and dmesg but not fdisk for instance). Unplug the thumb drive. Update (apt-get update && upgrade) or (pacman -Syuenter code here) or whatever ...
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USB connection from display detected as storage device

Thanks to @telcoM for the clues. I have fixed the problem. tl;dr De-authorize the offending USB device using udev rules. How to do it Run dmesg in follow mode: $ dmesg -w Disconnect and reconnect ...
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USB connection from display detected as storage device

The display seems to be a dual-mode device, and the default mode is a storage device that contains a Windows and/or Mac driver intended for that device. More and more USB devices that need a driver ...
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