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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Managing USB Devices in the Solaris OS (Roadmap)

Use this road map to identify all the tasks for managing USB devices in the Solaris OS. Each task points to a series of additional tasks such as using USB devices, hot-plugging USB devices, and adding USB audio devices.

For information about using USB components in the Solaris OS, see About USB in the Solaris OS.



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Use USB mass storage devices.

A USB mass storage device must contain a file system before you can add data to it. In addition, a USB diskette must be formatted before file systems can be created and mounted on them.

This section also describes how to physically add or remove USB devices from your system.

Using USB Mass Storage Devices (Task Map)

Add USB audio devices.

Use this task map to identify tasks associated with adding USB audio devices.

Using USB Audio Devices (Task Map)

Add or remove USB devices to and from your system with the cfgadm command.

You can logically add or remove USB devices to and from your system with the cfgadm command.

Hot-Plugging USB Devices With the cfgadm Command (Task Map)

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