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Understand USB (in Linux) - eLinux.org
https://elinux.org/images/a/aa/Understand_USB_in_L ...
bLength. 1. Number. 18 bytes. bDescriptorType. 1. Constant. Device Descriptor ( 0x01). bcdUSB. 2. BCD. USB Specification Number which device complies too. bDeviceClass. 1. Class. Class Code (by USB Org). bDeviceSubClass. 1. SubClass.
Understand USB (in Linux) - eLinux.org
https://elinux.org/images/5/5e/Opasiak.pdf
USB classes. 00h. Device. Use class information in the Interface Descriptors. 01h . Interface. Audio. 02h. Both. Communications and CDC Control. 03h. Interface. HID (Human Interface Device). 05h. Interface. Physical. 06h. Interface. Image.
Defined Class Codes | USB-IF - USB.org
https://www.usb.org/defined-class-codes
Jun 15, 2016 ... That terminology is not used in the USB Specification). There are two places on a device where class code information can be placed.One place is in the Device Descriptor, and the other is in Interface Descriptors ...
How to determine USB device class and store device number ...
https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/425121/ho ...
Feb 19, 2018 ... In other words: How do I take "Dev x", if the words after it matches my search? I am not that experienced with Linux, bash or regex. If this is weird or impractical, then I am open for other suggestions.
Linux USB Device Driver Support - Linux-USB.org
http://www.linux-usb.org/devices.html
This page mainly lists the support quality of various USB device classes. Host Controller drivers. Controller type, Status, Maintainer, Where to find. UHCI, Working, mostly stable, Alan ...
Enumeration and Device Descriptors - Linux-USB.org
http://www.linux-usb.org/USB-guide/x75.html
Valid values for the class fields of the device and interface descriptors are defined by the USB Device Working Group. Grouping devices or interfaces together in classes and then specifying the characteristics in a Class Specification allows the ...
Writing USB Device Drivers — The Linux Kernel 4.7 documentation
https://kernel.readthedocs.io/en/sphinx-samples/wr ...
Linux currently supports almost all USB class devices (standard types of devices like keyboards, mice, modems, printers and speakers) and an ever-growing number of vendor-specific devices (such as USB to serial converters, digital cameras, ...
USB video device class - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_video_device_cla ...
USB video class support for Linux is provided by the Linux UVC driver, although as of July 2017 support for still-image capture is not yet implemented. The UVC driver has been included in the Linux kernel source code since kernel version 2.6 .
The Linux-USB Host Side API — The Linux Kernel documentation
https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/v4.17/driver-api/u ...
Interfaces may be standardized by USBClass” specifications, or may be specific to a vendor or device. USB device drivers actually bind to interfaces, not devices. Think of them as “interface drivers”, though you may not see many devices ...
Writing USB Device Drivers — The Linux Kernel documentation
https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/v4.13/driver-api/u ...
Linux currently supports almost all USB class devices (standard types of devices like keyboards, mice, modems, printers and speakers) and an ever-growing number of vendor-specific devices (such as USB to serial converters, digital cameras, ...