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I'm wondering if there's a way to restart the USB system. Something that works like /etc/init.d/network restart but for USB. For varying reasons, the whole system sometimes crashes rendering things ...
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    restart USB system


    I'm wondering if there's a way to restart the USB system. Something that works like /etc/init.d/network restart but for USB.

    For varying reasons, the whole system sometimes crashes rendering things like my mouse useless. Logging out will fix this problem so it seems that some system or driver is being reset during a log out. I'm just wondering what it is and if I can do it manually, so I don't have to log out.

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    I have the same question too. Please let me know if you have figured this out yet. For some reason, all of my usb devices will randomly get REALLY slow. Then they stop working if I unplug and replug them. Only a reboot fixes it as far as I can tell. A usb system restart would be nice...

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