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Old 05-28-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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USB command line for turning it on

Trying to turn the usb ports in Linux and using command line need to know if it is not present how to make it present and usable? Thank You.
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First you want to find out whether your machine knows about
the USB controller(s). Please post the output of the following
two commands:


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Thank You for your response but, I figured it out...... Just need to work a little harder.


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