This is an utility to easily list USB devices in Mac OS X, just like the lsusb
command in Linux. It leverages the data from the system_profiler
SPUSBDataType built-in command available in Mac. You can type lsusb -v to get
the unmodified output ...
You might be able to get the information from udev, if it has noticed the device.
For example I have a UPS device $ lsusb | grep UPS Bus 004 Device 041: ID
0463:ffff MGE UPS Systems UPS. Using the bus and device numbers (004/041) I
Feb 24, 2014 ... ... device data by lsusb -D /dev/bus/usb/$busnum/$devnum echo "busnum=$
busnum, devnum=$devnum" ... fi fi done echo "\$1 not found :-(" } ENDL $ source
~/.bashrc $ gousb 0a5c:21e6 $ pwd /sys/bus/usb/devices/2-1.4.
Feb 21, 2014 ... A USB hub is a device that has one cord that plugs into one USB port, but
provides multiple USB ports for you to plug devices into. It's essentially a USB
multiplexer. A root hub, AFAIK, is a USB hub that's internal. For example ...
2015年8月31日 ...lsusb -d 1d6b:0001 ... ソースコード. https://github.com/gregkh/usbutils/blob/
master/lsusb.c. ↑ ... lsusb -v Protocol spec without prior Class and Subclass spec
at line 4297 Bus 001 Device 001: ID 0000:0000 Device Descriptor: ...
Normally lsusb lists all devices whether they are directly connected on central
unit or via a HUB. For example my mouse, keyboard and a USB key are
connected on HUB provided by the screen. If shows in a flat way: $ lsusb ...
unable to initialize libusb could be because there is no USB controllers present
on the Server. You can check it out by executing the following command: lspci |
grep USB. In your case, there would be no output, indicating the ...