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Re: CD Audio - sometimes provided as vfs by the kernel?




Hi Tomás,

> Another possibility (apart from those mentioned in the thread) would
> be that it passes through a different set of udev rules depending on
> the USB port?
> 
> You might watch udev doing its thing with udevadm (not much recent
> experience here, sorry).

ok, I might try that.

Right now, I suspect something else: The USB drive might have some
processor for that of its own that is only activated on USB 3.0,
probably due to drawing more power, or something.

I will sure find out the real cause ☺.

Thanks,
Nik

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