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Dec
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comment USB Headset disables my mouse on Linux
the point is that the deactivation remains. even when the headset, once initiated, gets unplugged.
Dec
12
comment USB Headset disables my mouse on Linux
A USB stick works perfectly. Even when the headset is deactivated, after being plugged in only once, I cannot get the mouse to work. The headset persistently deactivates my USB HID support as it seems. Until I reboot.
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comment Ensure the download is not a dupe
Thank you for that answer. The approach with hashsums and a list is the way to go. With some Python. I didn't know whether there is some well known out-of-the box trick with some awk/sed/cp/md5sum magic :) Sometimes there is. And usually I'm the last person who knows.
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comment Ensure the download is not a dupe
I mean that the file is not present in any subfolder, or anywhere else in that location
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comment KVM - a Windows 2008 server guest on a Debian 6.0.2 root server - networking
Thanks for these hints. I updated my question with the suggested outputs. That vibr0 was on the system after the kvm-qemu install, so I suppose it was meant to be used with virt-manager/virtIO. It is a bridge interface - at least.
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