/sys/bus/usb/devices vs. /proc/bus/usb/devices ....
dfordham at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 01:08:55 UTC 2006
...no, I think I misunderstood your first post. You're running VMWare
_on_ Rawhide whereas my reference was to Rawhide running as a virt.
machine inside a host. The tests that I posted were done on a rawhide
virt. machine running on a WINXP host; I also tested a virt. rawhide
system running on a Debian host (2.6 kernel) with the same results.
Thanks for taking the time to clear this up.
Tom London wrote:
> Hmm, I may have misunderstood the response.
> The problem I am having is that 'without a usbfs mount' vmware no
> longer recoginzes and supports USB devices on my system (e.g., USB
> printer, USB thumb drive, etc.).
> Prior to this change, vmware would allow me to setup the virt.machine
> to connect to such.
> USB support in gnome or in the linux 'host' machine was not broken.
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