The kernel's device manager, responsible for the contents of /dev.

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Remove persistent devices from file browser list

In my file browser, it lists all the drives and devices available for browsing. There is one that is from another OS installation, and i want to remove it from the list. Hiding devices using ...
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lsusb lists Galaxy Samsung Tab s2 & adb devices lists nothing

really, I do all my efforts to run an android project through eclipse on a tablet "Samsung galaxy Tab s2/ GT-P3100" under Ubuntu 12.04. i add the vendor id of samsung in ~/.android/adb_usb.ini ...
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How can I tell linux kernel to completely ignore a disk as if it was not even connected?

Notice Please scroll down for the answer (it has 0 points but it is the correct one). The problem is solved by a patch that will be in kernel 3.12.7 and up; I hope it will back-ported to earlier ...
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Using udev to automount external HDD

I have just installed a Plex Media Server to my Linux box and am happy with the idea of the server. My problem is the fact that Plex is not discovering ANY of the files on my external hard drive. The ...
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Problem with `notify-send`

I have been working in a script to change audio output when you (dis)connect am HDMI screen/TV. Basically it uses UDEV to check any change in the connection and acts accordingly. Everything works ...
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USB to serial converter - no serial number

I have tried a lot of USB->serial converters but none report its iSerial number in udev. This makes it impossible to distinguish between adaptors. This is a problem if they are moved from one USB slot ...
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udev held back by apt-get while using ondrej systemd PPA

For probably about a month now, udev has been held back by apt-get when running apt-get updgrade. The following packages have unmet dependencies: udev : Depends: sysv-rc (>= 2.88dsf-24) but ...
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How can I detect unknown/unapproved devices with udev?

I'm designing a security sensitive setup for a client. The situation is as follows: Sensitive information has to be stored on a server that might be accessed by unauthorized personnel. There is no ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 repeatedly trying to mount a StarTech KVM USB Dongle (bad performance)

I'm dealing with an odd issue where Ubuntu 12.04 Server LTS 64-bit is repeatedly attempting to mount a StarTech KVM USB dongle that's attached via VGA and USB. I've already contacted StarTech's ...
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Why doesn't my udev rule work? [closed]

I created a file /etc/udev/rules.d/60.alsa.rules with the following content: KERNEL=="0000:00:1b.0", SUBSYSTEM=="pci", ATTR{label}=="Realtek High Definition Audio Device", ATTR{vendor}=="0x8086", ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 boot from LiveCD - “udev timeout sbin/modprobe -bv” error message

I'm trying to install Ubuntu 12.04 from LiveCD. I get the short purple-hue screen at first, but then I get the following error: udev timeout sbin/modprobe -bv pci:v0.... This goes on for 2 ...
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Ubuntu Server: Udev automount - can't unmount this USB drive. Any Idea?

I use Ubuntu Server 12.04.03 LTS (without GUI) and wrote an udev rule: KERNEL=="sd?1", SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{product}=="Mass Storage Device", RUN+="/bin/mount /dev/%k /mnt/usbdrive" This is ...
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Upgrade to the latest LTS ubuntu server

I've the old OS installed in our server and I needed to install nodejs on the process I was required to update the system so I did apt-get update and in the process it breaks the libudev library and I ...
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13.04 udev and bios config for MTP

I'm new to ubuntu. Prior to install it on my brand new work computer, i tried ubuntu 13.04 on a gigabyte brix. Main specs as follow: dual core 1.8 ghz intel graphics intel 8 gb of ram unknown ...
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ADB cannot see my tablet (Pipo S1)

I am unable to access my tablet (Pipo S1) through adb - after running adb devices, there are no devices visible. USB debugging is enabled, and I have tried 2 different USB ports and cables. I was ...
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Auto-unmount USB drive

I used to work for a long time with ubuntu 10.10 and I changed to a recent machine so I had to move to Ubuntu 13.04. One feature I'm now missing is the auto umount of usb drives. I've not been able to ...
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Auto backup when USB Drive inserted

If this is not the best place to post this question, can you please direct me to a more appropriate place to post this. What I am trying to do: I have a USB drive, it is fat32 and its name is ...
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All effects on my desktop have stopped working (UDEV problem?)

Yesterday I upgrade my system (currently running 12.04 with kernel updates from the PPA), and there has been a problem with the update of udev see below for the console output. Setting up udev ...
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udev rule for cdma modem is not working

The udev rule i've written for CDMA modem is SUBSYSTEM=="tty", ATTRS{bInterfaceNumber}=="00", ATTRS{bNumEndpoints}=="03", ATTRS{product}=="ZTE CDMA Tech", ACTION=="add", SYMLINK+="CDMAModem" and $ ...
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Custom udev rules won't work

I'm trying to set a custom udev to set the /dev/sd** mount point for all 6 HDDs on my system. I've been trying to get it to work, but it just wont. I need to get this sorted because my drives seem to ...
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Restored Ubuntu VM on VMWare hangs at init: udev-fallback-graphics

We have an Ubuntu server VM on a VMWare cluster that we back up every night. We're testing a restore today and have found that the VM hangs on boot at: init: udev-fallback-graphics main process ...
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Why /dev/disk/by-id/ change after a suddenly server power-off?

I'm management a server that in /etc/fstab have references to some partitions using /dev/disk/by-id/DISK_ID-partN. The server suddenly power-off and DISK_ID part of /dev/disk/by-id/DISK_ID-partN ...
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Udev alternates between correct and incorrect network configuration on subsequent reboots

I'm currently experiencing a problem that seemingly lies with udev in Ubuntu 12.04. I have numerous machines in the lab I am managing, all of which have been cloned from a single original master ...
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USB drives not recognized all of a sudden (module usb_storage not loading)

I am very close to the solution, just need to know how to get usb-storage to load I have tried most of the advice on askubuntu and other sites, usb_storage enable to fdisk -l. But I am unable to ...
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Force /dev/sd* assignments on boot

I've got a server with 7 hard drives in it. When I run the command "hddtemp" it takes a /dev/sd* path to tell you the temperature of a drive. I'd like to be able to set up my drives to be persistent ...
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How do I make udev rules work?

I would like to learn udev rules. Here is what I do: victor@X301A1:~$ ls /etc/udev/rules.d/ 70-persistent-cd.rules 70-persistent-net.rules README Then: victor@X301A1:~$ sudo gedit ...
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Udev rules boot errors

TL;DR; Udev is showing a lot of errors during boot and it is pointing to a .rules file. A little background: I recently upgraded an Ubuntu 5 server to Ubuntu 12. I performed a stepwise upgrade to ...
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Udev rules boot errors

TL;DR; Udev is showing a lot of errors during boot and it is pointing to a .rules file. A little background: I recently upgraded an Ubuntu 5 server to Ubuntu 12. I performed a stepwise upgrade to ...
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where are devices named if not in 70-persistent-net-rules?

I have a ubuntu 12.04 server VM which has /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules created as a directory instead of a file. I understand this helps maintain device naming when cloning in a cloud ...
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In Ubuntu 12.04, /dev/.udev/db no longer exists

Prior to Ubuntu 12.04 the udev database was available and updated at /dev/.udev/db but in 12.04 and greater, the directory /dev/.udev/ exists but the database doesn't. Does anyone know where it went?
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USB devices sometimes fail to initialize on boot

I have an issue where on some boots my computer basically does not recognize anything plugged in to certain USB ports. Strangely, it never affects the USB hub built in to my monitor but usually it ...
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Why is this udev rule blocking?

Here is a rule from my /lib/udev/rules.d directory: SUBSYSTEM=="input", ATTRS{idVendor}=="045e", ATTRS{idProduct}=="008c", RUN+="/home/mikeknoop/scripts/udev-receiver.sh" Here is the simple contents ...
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Add xorg section when device matched (SIS671 VGA)

I am working on small distribution based on Ubuntu. Some of computers we use are SiS based. I need to add proper xorg section which sets video driver to sis671. I can use /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, but ...
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ubuntu 12.04 64b udev rule overwritten

Ubuntu 12.04 64b mounts usb drives (hdd & flash) at /media/{DISK-LABEL} and assigns always 700 permissions. I've written an udev rule in /etc/udev/rules to assign 0755 permissions: ...
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Persistent device naming for Windows 7-partition in Ubuntu

I'd like to give the Windows partition of my Ubuntu installation a persistent device name, so different applications (like the local folder-account of my email software, or my local dropbox client) ...
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External HDD automatically get back after safe remove

This is weird! I use udisks --detach /dev/sdb for safely remove my hard disk. after 2 sec hard drive automatically mounted and nautilus window pops up. This is output of udevadm monitor --udev. UDEV ...
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Fail to mount on boot

I have just created a Ubuntu server and all is working well however at boot I receive the following error message which is causing problems. I am running Ubuntu Server 12.04 Here is the error any ...
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why my rule in udev/rules.d does not set the mode and group

jardag@precise-GiB:~$ lsusb Bus 001 Device 006: ID 15ba:002a Olimex Ltd. ARM-USB-TINY-H JTAG interface jardag@precise-GiB:~$ cd /dev/bus/usb crw-rw-r-- 1 root root 189, 0 Apr 4 21:13 001 crw-rw-r-- 1 ...
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Disable all USB Storage Devices except USB Dongle

I need to disable all USB storage devices except a software Protection Dongle. How do I do it? I tried black listing the USB storage device, but that seems to block ALL usb devices including the ...
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Phone not getting detected in DDMS in Ubuntu 12.04 - 32bit

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit. I have a Micromax Ninja A87 Android phone running GB 2.3.5. My problem is the phone does not get detected. When I try on a Windows 7 PC, it does get detected. Here are ...
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Problems booting in recovery mode with Ubuntu 12.10

This is what I get when I boot into recoverymode: udevd[369]: timeout: killing '/sbin/modprobe/ -bv pci:v00001002d00006738sv0000174 Bsd0000174Bbc03sc00i00' [374] It shows multiple times.
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Udev: no takes rule for gps

I'm trying to create a udev rule for a GPS. I tried several ways but can not get the device to be captured by the rule: lsusb: Bus 002 Device 007: ID 067b:2303 Prolific Technology, Inc. PL2303 ...
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How do I mount a USB hard drive to an arbitrary mount point?

I just upgraded my system with an SSD from a hard drive. Loads faster. But, I left all of my large media files on my hard drive. Currently, I have a SATA optical bay caddy on order, but in the ...
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How can my app request sudo permissions when installed from the Software Center?

I have written a USB over IP server for Ubuntu and want to deploy it via the Ubuntu Software Center However for the app to run, it requires sudo access to udev files. Is there anyway to get sudo ...
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How to create udev event that runs a command for mx510 usb mouse?

I have Logitech mx510 mouse which uses 400cpi resolution by default. I want to set it to 800cpi automatically. How can i set a udev rule that runs lomoco -8 when I plug in the mouse?
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Can Ubuntu be used with an alternative to udev (reason increased boot speed)?

I think that udev can be a wonderful thing, since it really manages that the same Ubuntu system will boot up on virtually "every"(*) hardware setup. So I do really apreciate udev. Still I think it ...
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How to disable udev net rule generation?

In our cloud, we generate MACs with the prefix 2c:c2:60 for instances. When we re-use an instance, or duplicate it, the new copy gets another MAC address. When the new copy boots, the NIC gets the ...
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Do I need to umount USB drive before unplugging it when using udev?

Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS I'm about to set up udev rules to automatically mount/umount an external USB drive when plugged or unplugged. I'm concerned that by using udev to automatically unmount the ...
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Cannot mount/see/access USB-device - ttyUSB0

I am trying to connect to a GPS sport watch (similar to Garmin watches). I am running Ubuntu 12.04, 64bit. Ideally, I would like to connect the watch to one of the OS sport softwares like turtle sport ...
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Udev rule gets matched twice with a smartphone in storage mode

I have a problem with an udev-rule, that gets matched always twice when i connect my device. I wouldn't ask here if was not very sure that i made up an absolutely correct rule. I think the problem is ...