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Re: Does anything require /proc/bus/usb?



On 07/17/2009 09:12 PM, Michael Cronenworth wrote:
> If not, should it be phased out?
> 
> I'm referencing a use case with VirtualBox that looks for /proc/bus/usb
> by default and will use that instead of libusb for USB device access.
> This has caused issues for people wishing to use VirtualBox on Fedora in
> that they cannot use USB devices without a little tinkering. They either
> have to remove the /proc/bus/usb mount from rc.sysinit or adjust their
> fstab to allow other users access.
> 
> I'll even go as far as providing a patch! *gasp*
> 
> Most of you probably don't care about VirtualBox and would rather us use
> libvirt, but some folks use different software.

Libvirt of course is a library. Even VirtualBox could be using it.

Rahul


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