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Open a terminal and execute this command : sudo usermod -G vboxsf -a $USER Now the guest should detect the USB device. Update addressing the circumstance that you have chosen the wrong repository for VirtualBox : Open Software & Updates -> Other Software -> Highlight the VirtualBox entry - click on Remove. Reload to update the ...


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First of all: a warning as you're saying: the stick is a bit of bottle neck since it only have one chip. Which makes me suppose you're using an MLC USB stick. These sticks are slow and prone to errors, so one day in the near future, you're going to wake up and find that you've got no system at all and all of your data is lost, as HDDs die a slow, ...


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1) Go into /dev/input/ and query the input devices that are most likely to correspond to your mouse, with the terminal cmd: $ udevadm info --query=all --name=/dev/input/yr-device-file-name You will be able to identify it using the two environment variables (env-var) ID_VENDOR_ID=1532 MODEL_ID=0016 per your question (depending on yr device, the 2nd ...


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You Can always try using fdisk Open a terminal (Ctl+ALt+t) and type sudo fdisk /dev/sdy where /dev/sdy = The device file for your flash drive. Once you get fdisk open, type p to list the partition table, Once you know where it is located you can use d # to delete it. (# = The partition; ExAMPLE d 1, d 2) w writes the partition table back to the disk and ...


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I also have the late 2015 Dell XPS 13. The jack is Intel's new multi-purpose connector. It is an integrated USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. So you can use a dongle that operates on either standard. (I'm not allowed to comment or I would put this there).



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