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Try dmesg | grep udev ... I am getting: [ 20.553766] systemd-udevd[291]: NAME="video1" ignored, kernel device nodes can not be renamed; please fix it in /etc/udev/rules.d/99-internal-webcam.rules:2 You will notice in the documentation that only network devices can be renamed... for the others, you only have the choice to create a symlink and use ...


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When invoking xinput from udev, you have to set the XAUTHORITY variable: #!/bin/sh export DISPLAY=":0" export XAUTHORITY="/home/<user>/.Xauthority" /usr/bin/xinput set-prop "DLL063E:00 06CB:2934" "Device Enabled" $1 this variable is already set when you run the script directly from the console, but scripts invoked by udev (and other ...


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As far as I know this will be impossible USB devices are mounted with their name so you need to alter the name of the device. Test with 2 different pendrives: Open disks from dash. 4,1 Gb Cruzer, Renaming to "usbdisk". Click the cogwheel in the middle (below the orange volume). 16.1 Gb, BSix, Renaming to "usbdisk". The Cruzer is now mounted ...


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Since the original question was asked 3 years ago, this might not adress the asker, but I will post it for future reference. There is a way to reprogramm the Serial-Number by accessing the EEPROM of the FTDI-Chips, Silicon labs provides a tool, but it is Windows only: Product page->Tools->Fixed Function Customization Utility Direct link An instruction ...


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I was researching a consistent way to notify all X users (as root) and my research (looking at a bunch of places on the net) indicated that although it was possible to use notify-send in this way, it required scripting to find DBUS session info and/or DISPLAY's in use and/or Xauthority file names and locations, and even then sometimes people still couldn't ...



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