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Erect the ultimate custom Ubuntu ISO

Creating a Custom Ubuntu System for Reproduction 1) Create Image file from existing operating system: Boot Live Ubuntu USB and insert Full install, (or Persistent), USB to be copied. Create an image ...
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WSL: how do I set the group for a tty device

Here is my recipe to enable permission modification of a USB device (RP2040 pico dev board via /dev/ttyACM0 or Wemos D1 mini on /dev/ttyUSB0) attached via usbipd on WSL (working at least with Ubuntu/...
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Can't boot from flash drive with custom .img

Boot from Flash Drive with Custom .img The guide that you linked to uses disk images not partition images. If you look at the first picture on that guide you will see the cursor is hovering above the ...
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All USB drives give This Location Could Not Be Displayed after distro-upgrade and Aptik Restore

Well, I finally found a case near identical to mine, and the answer provided there also worked for me. The explanation for the problem after restoring a clone was I am pretty sure you did not clone ...
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Amazon Fire tablet not accessible using ubuntu 20.04 issue

Had the same issue with inability to connect to Amazon Fire device. This worked for me: Avoid connecting device through a USB hub; connect directly to one of the USB ports on your *buntu system ...
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Erect the ultimate custom Ubuntu ISO

There are three ways, (that I know of, there might be more ways to this) to clone an installation (making an image of it). These are not the perfect way to clone a large drive. I'm using the 3rd ...
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Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS installs to my USB instead of my hdd

The laptop I was working with has only one usb port, so I'd plugged in a multi-port device (and plugged a mouse, as well as my ISO flash drive, into that.) When the program instructed me to "...
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Rasberry Pi 4B: Wifi adapter is detected in lsusb but not shows up as wlan1 (mt7612u)

according to @chili555 's help To solve the problem, just use sudo apt-get install linux-modules-extra-raspi to install the modules that contain drivers for the wifi adapter.
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is there a command to stop listening to a usb device?

You can unbind an USB. You need to know the USB digits for that. echo '{usbid}' |sudo tee /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usb/unbind where {usbid} consist of a bus and port for a specific USB. lsusb or lsusb -t ...
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Can't mount network drive properly over Wi-Fi

I had the same problem and I found a very good solution using automount with systemd. It is explained here : https://ppfeufer.de/linux-on-demand-nfs-and-samba-cifs-connections-with-systemd-automount/ ...
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How to find a device path in a udev program?

Udev: Pass the environment variable as: RUN+="/home/some/script/location/script.sh DEVNAME=$env{DEVNAME}" and in the script script.sh parse the $@ variable for the device name as: if [[ &...
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