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Trying to set speed at 921600 using stty

I have been trying to communicate via USB with my device and have been so far unsuccessful. I believe the problem lies in the speed that the computer has set for it, in stty the speed is 9600, ...
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How can I know if a partition is mounted or unmounted?

maybe this is a simple thing but I have the following doubt. If I perform fdisk -l, in the output I can find these devices that represent 2 partitions on the /dev/sdb device that is my SD card: ...
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USB-Stick Detected as 2 Devices

When I plug in my USB Stick, Ubuntu detects 2 devices. One device containing a few Mebibytes and another one containing the rest of the storage. This is rather annoying, because when I plugin in my ...
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Disable device node using udev (/dev/sr0)

I am trying to disable udev from generating /dev/sr0 device (my cdrom) and Im trying to write udev rules. I added a file 10-cd-trial.rules in /etc/udev/rules.d and /lib/udev/rules.d, the contents ...
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Fedora set capture device to demorse

I'm using a program called demorse (official page is down a the time of this writing). On Ubuntu 12.04 LTS it works fine when I run it like this: $ demorse -phw:0 That means: Use hw:0 as DSP ...
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Removing/changing default sound card number

I'm guessing my current sound card setup is cause conflicts with other software (particularly Rakarrack) and I ran the aplay -l command: **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: PCH [HDA ...
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make permanant change to /sys/devices/platform/

I'm configuring my thinkpad's trckpoint using the following command: sudo echo -n 120 > /sys/devices/platform/i8042/serio1/serio2/speed sudo echo -n 255 > ...
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How can I list Ubuntu disks by a unique identifier?

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS inside a VM running on VMware Workstation 8.0.4. When I try to view the disks attached to the machine by their ID nothing shows up but the CD-ROM drive. I listing the ...
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How do I find the device node file for a USB device in Linux?

I've bought an X10 Home Automation USB interface: the CM15. This is the information lsusb gives: skerit@KIP-DU-SKER:~$ lsusb Bus 008 Device 002: ID 0bc7:0001 X10 Wireless Technology, Inc. ActiveHome ...
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Ubuntu semi-permanently disabled Bluetooth (and freaked me out)

A couple of months ago, I disabled my Bluetooth device from inside Ubuntu 10 (I forget which version specifically). I then rebooted into Windows, only to find that the icon was gone. Curious, I went ...
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Automatically open app on USB mount

Whenever I plug in a USB device (e.g. my phone, or a sdcard) ubuntu pops up a window asking what application to open it with. You can choose to "always open in this application" Where is that ...
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Ubuntu login takes 15 seconds, “I/O error dev fd0 sector 0”

After upgrading to Ubuntu 10.04, when I first login it takes 10+ seconds where it just sits at the gdm backgroup before taking me to gnome. By switching to a terminal window during this 10 seconds I ...
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Ubuntu error “Gave up waiting for root device” on 9.10 Netbook Remix

So I installed Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 onto my Asus EeePC 1008HA netbook. It worked perfectly and was pretty quick. Restarting, suspending and hibernating worked just fine but the very first time I ...
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Use a device over SSH?

I have 2 PCs with Ubuntu at home and a network link between them. If I do $ sshfs pc2root@192.168.0.2:/ /media/pc2 can I use a remote device as a local one? (in this case: /media/pc2/dev/sr0 as a ...
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Identifying devices on Linux

My Linux box has three devices, sda, sda1 and sda2. How can I find out what each one of these are? I'm running Ubuntu 9.04.
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Linux drive permissions for disk used by two systems

I've got a large mdadm-based RAID5 array that I've been using with an Ubuntu 8.04 system. I'm setting up a new 9.10 (alpha 6) system on the same hardware. mdadm does a great job automagically ...