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Xorg ignores input devices after udev restart

System: debian 7.1, amd64, Xorg 1.12.4, awesome window manager I have stopped udevd using /etc/init.d/udev stop then powered off the usb hub my input devices are connected to. I have since restarted ...
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udisks mounting to /media/usb0 not /media/<volume_label> for usb3 drives

I have a fully up-to-date, freshly re-installed debian sid box. Before I re-installed running udisks --mount /dev/sdc1 would mount the disk to /media/<volume_label>, however, it is currently ...
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Assigning USB hub to specific seat in multiseat configuration

On my debian-based machine, I have a working multiseat configuration. One annoying detail that so far I couldn't fix is that any USB hardware I connect is always assigned to the primary seat. ...
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Where can I find the command “udevinfo” on Debian?

I'm trying to fix a problem with my webcam in Wheezy, and I need some information about the drive with the command udevinfo. The problem is: where is this executable? if I run sudo udevinfo the ...
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Error during the boot process in Debian Wheezy: udev (version 175)

During the boot process, it appear this error: startpar: service(s) returned failure: udev It seems to be a problem for the "mounting" of the webcam device: dmesg | grep udev uvcvideo: Found UVC ...
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Strange message during the Linux boot caused by udev

When Debian Wheezy, testing version, is booting a strange message appears: udevd[336] timeout usb_id--export /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.0/usb1/1-1/1-2.2/1-1.2:1.0 video4linux/ [502] After this ...
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Remove directory that is actually used by another process

I have udev rules that creates a directory for each usb-media that is plugged into my debian to automount usb-media. This directory where mount-points (the mount-directories) are created is passed ...
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Upgrade Debian to unstable on VirtualBox: udev problem

I'm running Debian stable on VirtualBox on Windows Vista 64-bit Ultimate. It's been running great, but I needed some newer packages, so I put sid in my sources.list to upgrade to unstable (as I've ...
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Debian Lenny expects udev on a vps that doesn't support it

Primary symptom: /proc/self/fd is there and normally populated, however /dev/fd is not. Process substitution therefore fails, because bash wants to create files under /dev/fd. /dev/.static/ and ...