TJ (tj) on 2007-11-15 description: updated TJ (tj) wrote on 2007-11-15: #28 Proposed /etc/init.d/mountdevusbfs.sh Edit (1.2 KiB, text/x-sh) Emmet. The location was changed in July as a result of a patch to sysvinit and is now /dev/bus/usb/devices. JN Bug Watch Updater (bug-watch-updater) on 2008-08-17 Changed in qemu: status: Unknown → Fix Released TJ (tj) on 2008-09-03 Changed in kvm: assignee: nobody → intuitivenipple importance: Low → Medium TJ As you say, no references. this contact form
Join Date Jul 2006 Posts 22 Hey Thanks for the response. There's a related bug report for VirtualBox with a comment by Scott, but no rationale to why it was done. Kip Warner (kip) wrote on 2010-04-04: #121 I contacted the developer of USBView and this is the dialogue. I found this: http://www.ubuntu1501.com/2007/12/installing-virtualbox-with-usb-support.html and adapted it to QEMU.
What does an expansion in early december mean for the standard format? none /proc/bus/usb usbfs devgid=128,devmode=664 0 0 # Reboot. Changed in kvm: status: In Progress → Fix Committed Changed in qemu: status: In Progress → Fix Committed TJ (tj) on 2007-10-29 Changed in kvm: status: Fix Committed → In Progress
It appears that for usbview the whole "LoadUSBTree stuff" would have to get rewritten to use the directory/filesystem layout instead of the the "devices" file. LP: #156085. -- Scott James Remnant
Any help would be sincerely appreciated... I thought it was looking for the base of a directory-tree containing the devices, which is what /sys/bus/usb/devices is. Therefore it directly causes the qemu/kvm problem. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
I'm running Intrepid at the moment, should this work in Jaunty by now? http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/hardware-peripherals/67429-cant-open-proc-bus-usb-devices.html The device file should be something like /proc/bus/usb/001/001. Same with KVM What could I have missed? TJ (tj) wrote on 2007-11-11: #15 And there I was thinking packaging a bug-fix was a quick thing!
What am I doing wrong? http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-proc-ksyms.html But it couldn't be dirty yet, it is brand new. Everything else uses /sys/bus/. Anyone?
I just can't open it - cd /proc/bus/usb gives me no such file or directory too. Thanks again tho Xenny Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Hardware / Peripherals Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Linux Forums Linux Forums Site Waiting on patch refresh for qemu. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-proc-bus-usb.html So the bad news is that you cannot enable usbfs in Ubuntu 13.04 if you do not replace the kernel for an older or patched one.
TJ (tj) wrote on 2007-10-27: #4 Your initial comment made me smile - it was the first thing I tried. Could this be used for a work-around in the midisport-firmware package's udev rules? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
So how could I solve this? Scott -- Scott James Remnant
kernel-config Thanks in advance - Thorsten aspartat View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by aspartat 11-02-2005, 02:11 AM #2 aeichner share|improve this answer edited Dec 8 '13 at 21:58 answered Dec 8 '13 at 21:47 pabouk 1,1321419 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote Try this. Also there should be a better program than just usbview in Gnome to work with usb devices. his comment is here I just use lsusb.¡Por nada!
I'm not sure who is primary maintainer at Ubuntu - several people are listed as adding patches, and it's a MOTU package. Everything inside /proc/bus/usb/ and /dev/bus/usb was owned by root and QEMU couldn't read/write in it. Please change your software to use /dev/bus/usb now. Thanks.
QEMU docs says to "chown -R" all /proc/bus/usb/ and this was a problem since it "doesn't exist". Support LQ: Use code LQ3 and save $3 on Domain Registration Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search All the process: # Edit, uncomment "magic" and start the file /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh # Create a system group for usb users: sudo addgroup --system usbusers # Output was GID 128 # Add Why are LEDs in my home unaffected by voltage drop?
Code should be changed to use /dev/bus/usb. Ubuntu 9 is the guest OS on VMWare Workstation 7.0 (build 203739). Changed in vmware-server: status: New → Invalid Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2009-04-01: #113 This bug was fixed in the package madfuload - 1.2-2ubuntu2 --------------- madfuload (1.2-2ubuntu2) jaunty; urgency=low * 42-madfuload.rules.in: The information must be gleaned in another manner.
Bug Watch Updater (bug-watch-updater) on 2007-11-14 Changed in usbview: status: Unknown → New Michael Bienia (geser) wrote on 2007-11-14: #23 Are you sure that the patch for usbview is correct? This was the way I got this working 100%. If you need to reset your password, click here. Adv Reply November 30th, 2008 #7 Honeyisland View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2008 Beans 2 Re: [SOLVED] usbview error me too!
Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Patches kvm -4ubuntu3 gutsy-proposed debdiff (edit) kvm -4ubuntu3 hardy debdiff (edit) qemu -2ubuntu5 gutsy-proposed debdiff (edit) qemu -2ubuntu5 hardy debdiff (edit) Rebased I comment out the magic lines in /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh, started it, but still couldn't use USB in QEMU. A guy scammed me, but he gave me a bank account number & routing number. So do I need to upgrade to Jaunty to test? .max Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-03-16: #94 On Mon, 2009-03-16 at 19:04 +0000, Max Romantschuk wrote: > Scott