Logically connect/reconnect USB device
komputes at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 23:14:07 UTC 2008
Same thing here. And I was hoping we could find something more specific
when it came to the usb device (not the entire controller).
> On 06/18/2008 07:40 PM, Derek Broughton wrote:
>> komputes wrote:
>>> I second this request. I would also like to know if this is possible,
>>> how this is done. Is there a way to talk to the kernel from the command
>>> line. If that is the case, could we run a command that would make it
>>> refresh (turn off/on) power/data to a specific USB Bus.
>> Have you tried "sudo /etc/init.d/dbus restart"?
>> I wouldn't guarantee it, and it's a sledgehammer approach, but if that works
>> to refresh _all_ your USB connections, at least you know that it's
> It was worth a shot. Unfortunately it didn't work, I still have to
> start/restart the printer to get the host to reconize the printer again.
> Plug/unplug works also of course. But either way is a pain if the system
> the printer is plugged into is not located nearby.
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