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Is it possible to “ping” an embedded device connected through a JTAG interface (USB)?

I currently have an atmel at91sam7x256 embedded device that is connected to my Windows machine through a JTAG interface of USB type. I am having difficulties getting the ethernet port to work, and ...
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Linux (lsusb) not showing String Descriptors of a USB device

I have an embedded device that when plugged to a linux host, shows up with vid and pid that are not in the usb.ids file (proprietary IDs). However I provide String Descriptors that do show up when ...
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USB Hub Error -62

I have a 5m usb cable which I want to connect to a usb port on a embedded device (linux debarm; kernel 2.6). The cable has one repeater so it's actually two cables with one hub between. When I plug it ...
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What is different between XP and Win7 when handling a USB composite device?

I have developed an USB device using a LPC2148 and the LPCUSB USB stack. It works well when I set it as an HID device (a keyboard), but when I set it as a composite device, storage (SD Flash Card) and ...
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How can I boot Windows 7 embedded from USB 3.0?

I am trying to install and boot Windows 7 embedded via USB 3.0. I am able to do this with USB 2.0 but not from USB 3.0. I have a Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3L motherboard. Is this possible? What do I need ...
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Install Windows Embedded Standard 7 from USB

I would like to install Windows Embedded Standard 7 on a HP thin client. I downloaded the ISO file from the MSDN Subscription site but I'm struggling to make a bootable USB disk. I tried using ...
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Linux acting as USB device

I am working on an embedded Linux platform and I have need to transfer data between the platform and a PC. The embedded Linux has a usb device port (like a printer), so this is the means by which ...
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802.11g USB wireless adapter with Linux AP support

Are there any USB wireless adapters out there that support 802.11g in AP mode under Linux? Binary drivers are a no-go, as I plan to use it with an ARM device. Support for WPA would be very desirable ...