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Since you only want find to act on USB block devices the following is an example of using information reported by System Profiler to get the Mount Point of any attached and mounted USB block device. By doing it this way it doesn't matter what other mount points exist under /Volumes nor does it matter what the USB block device name is as it's ascertained ...


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Usually (depending on MBP model) - there is only one fully powered / full speed bus. You could try resetting the PRAM / NVRAM. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204063 Here is a good support article on USB ports and their corresponding power. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204377 From my experience iPads can request a lot of power from a standard ...


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Installing Windows 7 Pro 64 bit without DVD or Flash Drive Here I assume your computer is configured as required by the Boot Camp Assistant. (In other words, you will be installing Windows to the 4th partition on disk 0.) Also, your firmware is up to date and you have downloaded the correct "Boot Camp Support Software" for your model Mac computer. Before ...


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The reason for USB tethering not working is in 99% cases bad iPhone driver - yes, even on OS X. It may sound weird, but going to http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ and re-installing iTunes from the latest iTunes installer will probably solve the issue for you. Sometimes the driver can get corrupted during a system update etc. Give it a shot and report ...


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You could give CamTwist a try. It lets you take video inputs and remap them to virtual video sources that most apps can access. I’ve used it to remap a Firewire video camera connected to my laptop (via a Firewire to Thunderbolt connector) as my main video chat camera when doing a google hangout. It also let me overlay graphics into the camera video before ...


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This kind of applies to all hardware, not just apple computers. I did a search for Anker USB Hub. None of the results showed a powered USB Hub. They all relied on the USB Bus for power. The average USB port has about 500 mA available. (900 mA in USB3.0) USB Keyboard uses between 50 mA and 100 mA. The USB hub itself also needs power, more if it's got all ...


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The old driver probably doesn't work with El Capitan. As indicated on the Linksys website Belkin is working on creating a Linksys driver package for the OS X 10.11. Meanwhile you may try the RealTek beta driver here.


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Download, install and start Disk-Arbitrator. Activate it in "block mount" mode. Now execute sudo dd if=/path/to/file of=/dev/diskN [operands]. The resulting volume won't be mounted and no file will be created nor a folder will be changed: sh-3.2# ls -laO total 0 drwxrwxr-x 7 user staff - 306 17 Jan 22:21 . drwxrwxrwt@ 8 root admin hidden ...


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Here's a variation of user3439894 solution without setting IFS or looping. system_profiler SPUSBDataType | awk -F": " '/Mount Point/ {printf("%s%c", $2, 0)}' | xargs -0 -IX find X >outfile Data is parsed from system_profiler with awk. awk prints the mount points terminated with the null character which is then piped to xargs and the results are written ...



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