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    How to find driver for a device

    hi all,

    How to find the driver for a device that has a working driver already bound to it in Linux ?????
    e.g i have AU9362 USB Multiple Slots Falsh MEmoty Card Reader. In linux, how to find driver for it?????

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    Linux Newbie dilbert's Avatar
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    Sep 2006
    Lima, Peru
    You could try a search engine with "linux", "driver", and "AU9362 USB ..."

    If you put cable of the device into the USB socket, you should see an additonal entry with "cat /proc/bus/usb/devices". At least, Linux 2.4 showed then also devices that didn't have already a driver for it. Look there for vendor name and id, and use this in your search engine or do a grep in your USB drivers source directory.
    Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.

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    Linux Enthusiast likwid's Avatar
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    Dec 2006
    You could grep the kernel source for whatever the chipset says from lspci output.

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