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1. Red Hat
We have got a USB HDD with important data in it. The data has been copied to the disk(formatted ext3) via a LINUX system.
The data was supposed to be copied to a second LINUX machine. Surprisingly, it doesn't show up any valid partitions in the new box.
usb1-3:... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Bikash Mishra
Hey, for the purpose of a research project I need to know if a specific type of parallel processing is being utilized by any user-run programs. Is there a way to detect whether a program either returns a value to another program at the end of execution, or just utilizes any form of parallel... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: azar.zorn
Mother board: Asus P5G4IC-M LX
On board NIC: PCIe Gigabite LAN
Kernel Ver.: SunOS 5.10 Generic_141445-09
I've NIC detection problem in Solaris 10. When I was trying to install in x86 machine, it was not asking for any Network settings which means it couldn't find NIC. But... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: vicky86ind
4. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
There is the following minor issue with USB-harddrive:
On windows: when i perform "safely remove" disk is stopped (hdd head is parking) & it is not spinning (but it is still connected to USB)
On Linux (Fedora 14, OpenSUSE): when i perform "umount", HDD is still spinning.
Could you... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Vourhey
I am using Ubuntu lucid. It is installed on external USB HDD and I boot into it.
Besides other issues, the most significant one is as follows..
I boot in and start working. Everything goes on fine. As soon as I move the HDD, change its position, etc, all icons tuns into a red... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: morningSunshine
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
my router is my Linux embedded device.
I have system installed on HDD 4GB usb stick, part1 swap, part2 /opt , part3 data.
I need to copy my system to new HDD 8GB usb stick.
What is a way for 4GB > 4GB HDD
and what for 4GB > 8GB
As I remeber, I can copy image of my 4GB HDD usb stick... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: jack2
7. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I have seagate USB 2.0 HDD which was working good on my windows system
Recently I have started using red hat Linux 2.6.9-55.0.12.EL (i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux)
The USB is not at all detected in Linux even if I reboot with it attached to the PC. The same can be detected on any Windows system.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: mahendrakamath
I have another Hdd problem with Ultra 1 machine
the hdd is segate (+-)17560 MB and when I start installtion of sun solaries 2.6 the system sees the hdd correctly, and the installtion goes fine with partioning the disk as follows
/ 150 MB
swap 500 MB
/user 1000 MB
/usr3 5500 MB... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: adol3
My HP-UX has some errors to wake up and one of them are:
/dev/vg00/rlvol4 BAD CYLINDER GROUPS
I have thought that my hdd has physical problems, my question is:
Exists a program to check the hdd physically and to repair it...
Thanks.... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: efrenba
usb-devices(8) Linux USB Utilities usb-devices(8)
usb-devices - print USB device details
usb-devices is a (bash) shell script that can be used to display details of USB buses in the system and the devices connected to them.
The output of the script is similar to the usb/devices file available either under /proc/bus (if usbfs is mounted), or under /sys/ker-
nel/debug (if debugfs is mounted there). The script is primairily intended to be used if the file is not available.
In contrast to the usb/devices file, this script only lists active interfaces (those marked with a "*" in the usb/devices file) and their
Be advised that there can be differences in the way information is sorted, as well as in the format of the output.
If sysfs is not mounted, a non-zero exit code is returned.
The part of the sysfs tree the script walks through to assemble the printed information.
Location where the usb/devices file can normally be found for Linux kernels before 2.6.31, if usbfs is mounted.
Location where the usb/devices file can normally be found for Linux kernel 2.6.31 and later, if debugfs is mounted.
Greg Kroah-Hartman <email@example.com>
Randy Dunlap <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Frans Pop <email@example.com>
usbutils-0.84 23 June 2009 usb-devices(8)