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Which command without any options is used to display

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Which command without any options is used to display information about the USB devices connected to a Linux system.
Which directory contains scripts for starting, stopping, and reloading server process.
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Linux Computing
Expert:  GeekGal replied 3 months ago.

My name is***** am a computer professional with over 15 years of experience with both Mac and Windows computers, phones, tablets, and printers. It would be my pleasure to assist you with this.

The command that you are looking for is a command called lsusb. It is a utility for displaying information about USB buses in the system and the devices connected to them under Linux kernel.

The directory that you are looking for is the init.d directory. It g contains a number of start/stop scripts for various services on your system. Everything from acpid to x11-common is controlled from this directory.

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