I want to add one more point about this problem. When I try to use lsusb, as
mentioned below, I get an error message like so:
"unable to initialize libusb: -99".
Still, searching for this expression with Google led to no positive result
in this particular case insofar as I was able to know.
From: John A. Wallace [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2014 10:46 PM
Subject: [vserver] upgrade VServer breaks lsusb
When I install Gentoo Linux-3.13.11-vserver-184.108.40.206 using the very same
kernel ".config" file used for linux-3.10.4-vserver-220.127.116.11, I can no longer
use lsusb, although it, lsusb, works just fine on the earlier one. I have
scratched my head bare trying to figure out what the problem is, but
trial-and-error and google have gotten me no closer to a solution. I am not
a developer, but I have found that with VServer-18.104.22.168 there is a
"/dev/bus/usb" getting created; but with VServer-22.214.171.124 there is no
I am pretty much at a loss as to how I can troubleshoot this, but I am
willing to try up to a point, depending on time constraints. If someone has
any suggestions, I would sure like to hear them. Thanks.
Received on Sat Oct 11 18:01:29 2014