On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 01:03:35PM -0500, John A. Wallace wrote:
> Your advice was sound, and I tried to follow it. Still, I am having the same
> problem after first completely removing the old source directories for kernel
> and modules, and then rebuilding the kernel from scratch. I did this after
it is not about rebuilding from scratch, it is about configuring from
scratch and possibly without linux-vserver patch. A bit less effort:
what happens if you use this very kernel and this very config but
without vserver-patch? Does lsusb work then?
If it doesn't: check the kernel configuration and retry, if it works,
add vserver and you should be fine.
I am currently running 3.14.21-vs18.104.22.168+lihas1 on my laptop and
lsusb works fine.
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