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It is also now deprecated and going away very shortly. And it actually was the reason to switch it off because having it on regresses other things which need udev to work properly which fails if usbfs is on. > Do Ok, I'll try. Press S to skip mounting... http://technologies88.com/an-error/an-error-has-occurred-while-trying-to-load-pcanywhere-drivers.html

Maxim (mmarinchenko) wrote on 2010-03-10: #15 Ok, It's clear. And you likely will see other distribution changing the exactly same way when moving to newer releases. This version supports usbfs. on March 2, 2012 at 9:41 am | Reply Doc just try adding "nobootwait" to the end of the options list on that line.. http://askubuntu.com/questions/270160/how-do-i-solve-a-an-error-occured-while-mounting-sys-bus-usb-drivers-error

User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. If you remove the paths don't expect the software to work! Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. mveloso (mveloso-java) wrote on 2010-07-28: #31 Hi, Since usbfs is marked deprecated.

Were there ever wars/battles where infantry were given multiple rifles to speed up rate of fire? Stefan Bader (smb) wrote on 2010-03-08: Re: [Bug 488274] Re: disable deprecated config option CONFIG_USB_DEVICEFS #7 Yuriy Kozlov wrote: > I just upgraded to the 2.6.31-20 kernel and found usbfs not But it is a problem of application vendor being > unresponsive to changes until there is no other way. edonia (uwe-ufritz) wrote on 2010-03-10: #10 maybe you should check, if the hardware needs usbfs, or just needs /proc/bus/usb.

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on November 23, 2011 at 8:09 am | Reply Dave Worked great. An error occurred while mounting sys bus usb driver 8 Windows 8 64-bit Windows 7 Windows 7 64-bit Windows Vista Windows Vista 64-bit Windows XP. Scott -- Scott James Remnant

I have a piece of very nice hardware, a sheet scanner, with linux software. This Site With the line I get the error but if press S both Ubuntu and Virtualbox see the USBs. Has anyone found something? Adv Reply April 7th, 2012 #4 jfavrod View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2012 Beans 1 Re: mounting problem Thanks, worked for

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Grayy Новичок Сообщений: 32 Re: an error occurred while mounting /proc/bus/usb « Ответ #10 : 05 Сентябрь 2010, 23:33:59 » Цитата: Mam(O)n от 05 Сентябрь 2010, 23:29:49Цитата: Grayy от 05 Сентябрь on May 31, 2010 at 8:06 pm | Reply Konstantin Thank you so much! The solution is actually very simple and easy to implement, and merely requires removing or commenting out a line in the fstab file.

And usbfs is marked deprecated, that means it _will_ go away.

Now haviing said that it would be nice if there was a coherent reliable functional workaround to help users to get BOTH usbfs and /proc/bus/usb structure to work in 10.04+. Any help will be appreciated! 12.04 mount share|improve this question edited Mar 25 '13 at 20:11 Jorge Castro 26.6k96398602 asked Mar 19 '13 at 22:16 madox2 3781526 add a comment| 1 To do so, open a terminal and enter: sudo gedit /etc/fstab Find the line "none /proc/bus/usb usbfs devgid=125,devmode=664 0 0" and either remove it or add a hash (#) to the TorrentExpress helps you to find and download millions of active torrents Garmin 1000 Cessna PC Trainer v8.

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on August 11, 2010 at 8:26 am | Reply Mark Seems like great advice - but how do I edit the file if my system will not boot? Sorry, I don't understand. Who is going to provide an updated driver in a timely manner for an old piece of hardware? Post to Cancel %d bloggers like this: FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum

Perhaps I need to boot from a USB stick? HASP drivers (aksusbd daemon, version 3.88) don't recognize protection key, without usbfs mounted to /proc/bus/usb. It worked. How do I use homebrew less instead of system less?

touristguy87 (touristguy87) wrote on 2011-06-02: #39 "Ok, sorry, you are right at that point.