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Old 06-16-2009, 06:28 PM   #1
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Unhappy change read/write permissions for USB hubs -- have I done it?

Hi, I am trying to compile and install a simple nesC program onto an intelmote2 (Imote2) via a USB port. The program compiles, but does not install on the mote, so I'm not sure I have set the USB permissions correctly. I looked in /dev and found:



I used the command: chmod 666 /dev/usbmon0
and similar for each in the list.

Have I forgotten something or made an error? Thanks for your help,



permissions, usb

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