Edited by Tido at Nov 18, 2015 21:58 |
I agree with you hnsncxy, that it basically works.
This is not a big deal, but if you are trying to solve a problem, such a behavior can mislead you.
Therefore this bug and should be solved.
The s500 comes with an USB2- & USB3-Controller.
If there is no USB device attached, the /dev/bus/usb/ will not be created.
Why not - the controller is present, right?
hnsncxy replied at Nov 18, 2015 02:13
USB-Device-Node /dev/bus/usb/* will be created by the UDEV on the event of the plug-in of an USB-Device.
So I see two things:
- There is no node created for the controller.
- When you unplug the USB-Device, the whole node is removed.
The remove rule seems to be too rigorous with cleaning up.
It shall remove the device nodes, but NOT the parent node.
Don't you think so?