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Disconnected device still visible in /dev

When my Bluetooth GPS logger disconnects it's removed from the Bluetooth devices list in the statusbar on OS X but I can still see it mapped in /dev: ls /dev/tty\.* > /dev/tty.GPSDEVICE-SPPslave ...
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circumstances where software change leads to device damage [duplicate]

Recently I changed a friend's OS from a really virus filled windows 7 to Ubuntu ..but kept changing os's because lsusb wouldn't detect the camera.But after coming back to windows, the camera wasn't ...
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How to get Windows data from hard drive tinkered with by Linux?

I was trying to get OpenELEC installed on a Compact Flash Card to try out Linux' XBMC on our Media PC. I downloaded a version of OpenELEC specific to the architecture on the Media PC, and followed ...
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Linux equivalent of Windows Device Manager / DevCon utility?

I was wondering if there is any Linux equivalent to Windows Device Manager, or the Windows DevCon utility (a command line utility with hardware management functionality). Do drivers even work the ...
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Where can I find network devices in Linux? Where is a device manager (redhat enterprise linux)?

I like to know where I can find network devices (eth0, wlan0, etc) as I could not find them under /dev even when ifconfig reported both eth0 & wlan0 Related but different question is how i can ...