Submitted by rodo on Wed 1 Apr 2009
I also use lsusb(8) quite a bit.
I have a small, informal, routine when we get new hardware to test or diagnose issues with. The first thing that happens is that I dig through the BIOS to see what's off or on by default, then I boot into the latest kubuntu liveCD to hand and check all of the choices from this poll and a few others, like `lsusb -v` and lsmod.
However, I voted for lspci, as there's usually almost all the info I need from a quick `lspci -vvv | less -S`
`lspci -vvv | less -S`
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