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Subscribing... Stone ------- FYI -------- VMWare Player Help file: [If the USB device file system is not located in /proc/bus/usb, you must mount the USB file system to that location.] Procedure: 1. Once the partition is mounted, you will then be able to edit the file. on August 12, 2010 at 10:47 am | Reply Mark Thanks! Source

Regards NikTh Can you help with this problem? That should do it. Adv Reply May 1st, 2010 #4 kyo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2007 Location World's pothole capital! See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1468486&page=2

http://www.helios.de/support/ti.phtml?100 http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=360165 /dev/bus/usb has replaced /proc/bus/usb for the NNN/XXX devices, simply because the latter does not allow any kind of permission control other than at a filesystem level. So you should umount again, after use. Because /dev/bus/usb is generated by udev, we have that kind of control. Changed in usbutils: status: Confirmed → In Progress Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2006-09-30: #8 Ben, please don't do this just yet Note that it's very deliberately commented out

A useful command for linux usb detective work (not XMOS-specific) is issuing the following: sudo lsusb This will list all of the USB devices Linux knows are connected. Ctl-Alt-F1 does not give me a full screen terminal either. bInterfaceClass 8 Mass Storage bInterfaceSubClass 5 SFF-8070i bInterfaceProtocol 80 Bus 001 Device 039: ID 04b4:6830 Cypress Semiconductor Corp. Thank you for the information..

Perhaps I need to boot from a USB stick? You have to. http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/ticket/1680 For most software, this is simply a path change from /proc/bus/usb to /dev/bus/usb; the canon way seems to be to check /dev/bus/usb first, and fall back to /proc/bus/usb if the Discover More Everything went okay while upgrading but after restarting I found a problem.

The three separate issues in /dev/bus/usb migration deserve separate consideration: 1. The next word (little endian again) is the size of the data buffer. Also, further investigations confirmed that Plextor firmware load does not require /proc/bus/usb and it is possible to do a firmware reload using by simply linking .usbfs/devices to /dev/bus/usb. Has anyone found something?

Jeffrey Baker (jwbaker) wrote on 2006-09-29: #6 This problem still exists in VMWare Workstation 5.5.2. I upgraded from Karmic to Lucid and I am using the latest Virtualbox version. If you get complaints about usbfs being unsupported, or no /proc/bus/usb whilst completing the above commands you may need further steps - see the next section. What does HR do for me?

A GUI one like Gedit is way more easier to use, and anyone who's ever used Windows Notepad can use it). http://globalcryptonews.com/ubuntu-unable/ubuntu-unable-to-mount-location-dbus-error.html I will in the mean time download VMWare 5.5.1 and see if this fixes the problem. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Which of these you use?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are Subscribing... pre kernel 2.6.31-20), follow these steps: 1. have a peek here open a terminal window from the menu: Applications > Accessories > Terminal 2.

Søren Bredlund Caspersen (soeren-b-c) on 2010-03-19 affects: ubuntu → linux (Ubuntu) Jeremy Foshee (jeremyfoshee) on 2010-03-20 tags: added: kernel-series-unknown gdesilva (gdesilva) wrote on 2010-03-20: #2 Upon further investigations, I found out The time now is 01:41 PM. CY7C68300A EZ-USB AT2 USB 2.0 to ATA/ATAPI ...

If you still do not see your devices, disconnect and reconnect your devices.

Notify me of new posts via email. And that is another major problem for me.. (Not Knowing how to do) I am NOT good enough to help you ATM. The s file contains a generic event overview. I cannot find any document saying that, and for VMware purposes /dev/bus/usb does not replace /proc/bus/usb - /proc/bus/usb/devices on which we rely on for providing plugin/removal notifications is not present in

This varies by distribution but for Ubuntu, you can restart udev by running: sudo restart udev When you have restarted the udev service, disconnect and reconnect your debug adapter/board, or alternatively See also for example Where is usb/devices file in Ubuntu 9.10? on November 23, 2011 at 8:09 am | Reply Dave Worked great. http://globalcryptonews.com/ubuntu-unable/ubuntu-unable-to-mount-audio-disk.html Then there's HAL.

The second word is a tag which will see a matching tag on the ending command status. It allowed me to fix the problem with my installation. Maybe usbutils. 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.

Open a terminal, change directory to your tools path and run the following: source SetEnv This configures your environment for the XMOS tools. Buy Ubuntu Genius a Beer to say Thanks! i too had this line added to /etc/fstab to fix Virtualbox USB support. The first line starts sending a command block.

That's the reason I pushed it to usbutils. Without the line there is no error message but Virtualbox doesn't see the USBs. If I do need it, how do I get it to mount without all of the hassle of it stopping on bootup everytime? Adv Reply May 1st, 2010 #2 dosox View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Feb 2010 Location Nagaland Beans 41 DistroUbuntu 10.04

Integrated Debug Adapter (FTDI/XTAG) Example kits include XC-2, XC-3, XC1/1A, XC5. It was disabled since Ubuntu 9.10 (but you could recompile the kernel to get it -- CONFIG_USB_DEVICEFS=y). Beans 1 Re: Error occurred while mounting /proc/bus/usb Same thing here... I'm still running Virtualbox 3.0.14 so seems like needing the latest version isn't a factor.

We are a friendly bunch of people and would love to hear from you. Why wouldn't the part of the Earth facing the Sun a half year before be facing away from it now at noon? Hope that helps. Note that this is not a problem unique to Ubuntu, SuSE Linux 10.1 does not mount /proc/bus/usb either; and I do not believe the current Fedora development branch does.