USBDEVS(8) BSD System Manager's Manual USBDEVS(8)
usbdevs - show USB devices connected to the system
usbdevs [-dv] [-a addr] [-f dev]
usbdevs prints a listing of all USB devices connected to the system with some information about each device. The indentation of each line indi- cates its distance from the root. The options are as follows: -a addr Only print information about the device at the given address. -d Show the device drivers associated with each device. -f dev Only print information for the given USB controller. -v Be verbose.
/dev/usb[0-9] Default USB controllers.
The usbdevs command appeared in OpenBSD 2.7. MirOS BSD #10-current October 15, 2000 1
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