I connected three USB hub in a system and I connected different devices in each hub. How I can find which device is connected to each hub? Is it possible with lsusb command?
on 01/17/2013 – Made popular on 01/17/2013
I have connected two data cards in my server.
one is connected in port dev/ttyUSB2
I want to find the other's port.
there are four ports ttyUSB0, ttyUSB1 , ttyUSB2 , ttyUSB3 .
I already tried lsusb -vv and found out this -
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