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Re: how do I determine USB version?



Michael Hennebry wrote:
Is there a way to ask fedora what
kind of USB ports it thinks it has?
Preferably before plugging something into one.


$ apropos USB
QStatusBar [qstatusbar] (3qt) - Horizontal bar suitable for presenting status information aiptek (4x) - Aiptek USB Digital Tablet Input Driver for Linux
fxload               (8)  - Firmware download to EZ-USB devices
lsusb                (8)  - list all USB devices
sane-canon630u (5) - SANE backend for the Canon 630u USB flatbed scanner sane-find-scanner (1) - find SCSI and USB scanners and their device files sane-gt68xx (5) - SANE backend for GT-68XX based USB flatbed scanners sane-ma1509 (5) - SANE backend for Mustek BearPaw 1200F USB scanner
sane-mustek_usb      (5)  - SANE backend for Mustek USB flatbed scanners
sane-plustek (5) - SANE backend for Plustek parallel port and LM983[1/2/3] based USB flatbed scanners sane-sm3600 (5) - SANE backend for Microtek scanners with M011 USB chip
sane-usb             (5)  - USB configuration tips for SANE
usbmodules (8) - List kernel driver modules available for a plugged in USB device
$ man lsusb
[information about lsusb -v]
$

Mike
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