HIDRAW LINUX DRIVER

Hidraw uses a dynamic major number, meaning that udev should be relied on to create hidraw device nodes. I know about the device path – and it is unique in a sense because the same device reconnected gets a new device number in the path string. I think that was one of the reasons we started seeing lots and lots of USB controllers on MB’s after USB came out; because when chaining everything off downstream hubs, besides negatively affecting bandwidth, also caused problems with persistent software numbering issues. Thanks Ralf, for your complete description of the USB registration in the linux system. However the path does not identify specific connector in the USB hub. David Gabbay 16 2. Email Required, but never shown.

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The first kind is created by device-specific drivers e.

Is there a correspondence between the usb and the hidraw subsystems and how to get the usb path which details the interface route like: Hope it’s helpful but IIRC, you cannot reliably with port being same between insert events enumerate hiddaw ports on hubs that are connected downstream from a main USB controller point. As this location is distribution- and udev rule-dependent, applications should use libudev to locate hidraw devices attached to the system.

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Thanks Ralf, for your complete description of the USB registration in the linux system.

My devices are assigned specific usb plugs and they are “hot swappable” – I need to know which plug is connected to each hidraw device. Hidraw uses a dynamic major number, meaning that udev should be relied on to create hidraw device nodes.

I know about the device path – and it is unique in libux sense because the same device reconnected gets a new device number in the path string.

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However the path does not identify specific connector in the USB hub. I believe when a device is plugged into a USB port directly connected to a USB controller, you can reliably get the same exact port it’s connected to. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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David Gabbay 16 2. Sign up using Facebook. If I connect a USB lihux to two different ports of the hub I get the same exact path excluding an instance number which increments every time the device is connected.

Post as a guest Name. I think that was one of the reasons we started seeing lots and lots of USB controllers on MB’s after USB came out; because when chaining everything off downstream hubs, besides negatively affecting bandwidth, also caused problems with persistent software numbering issues.

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Hirdaw clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Sign up using Email and Password. There is a tutorial on libudev with a working example at: These device nodes exist only when the device-specific driver is loaded.