usbfs is a virtual filesystem that exposes hardware-level information about USB devices, in much the same way that /proc exposes information about running processes (and some other system information). usbfs is central for USB to work on OSes that use the Linux kernel (including Ubuntu), but it ...

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Enabling usbfs in Ubuntu

How can I enable usbfs in Ubuntu 13.04? I could not find the usb/devices file in default path, which is: /proc/bus/usb/devices
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why is there no /proc/bus/usb?

I have an old Thinkpad R32 2658 and I want to use dfu-util. The reference documentation starts with the following description: To run dfu-util, you need to have /proc/bus/usb mounted and working. ...
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How do I limit the size of my syslog?

I've got my mom's computer running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. It's been working just fine but all of the sudden syslog has been filling up. And by filling up I mean I just deleted a /var/log/syslog that was ...