How can I see list of USB devices connected in my Ubuntu

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1.    How do I see the list of USB devices connected to a system working on Ubuntu. Please share procedure for

a.    Configuring Network adapter in Ubuntu server

b.    Automatic logging to Gnome 3 Fallback mode without using Unity 3D/Gnome shell.

 

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How can I see list of USB devices connected in my Ubuntu

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See the list of devices connected to your system that is running on ubuntu is a simple process. You will just need to do the following;

  • On your computer, you will need to click on start.
  • And then you will expand the programs list and look for file manager and click on it.
  • Alternatively, you can just type 'file manager' in the search window and the press enter on the keyboard.
  • The file manager window will be opened, and there you will see all the drives and devices that are available on your computer, and you can open them if you want to.

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How can I see list of USB devices connected in my Ubuntu

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Hello Candice,

  •    To list all mounted devices on your system, write Mount in your terminal. To only list usb devices, write lsusb and it will list all usb devices attached to the system.
  • To configure your Ubuntu server there are many graphic interfaces now that you can use to configure your server. You can read complete process here on Ubuntu support forum.
  • It happens that when you have once chosen Gnome 3 has your visual interface, you have to choose it each time you login. There is a solution to it however. You can read complete process here.

I hope all your problems are solved.

Abe.

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