LHS Episode #218: USB Deep Dive

Hello and welcome to Linux in the Ham Shack. This is Episode 218 and in it your hosts take a deep dive in to the world of serial devices and the Universal Serial Bus. Lots of information here about how to configure your Linux systems to work properly and more efficiently with USB devices for fun, work and ham radio. We also have announcements and feedback. Thank you for listening, and please take a moment to drop a few dollars into our tip jar at the Hamvention 2018 GoFundMe campaign. Hope to see you in Ohio in May!

73 de the LHS Crew

Russ Woodman, K5TUX, co-hosts the Linux in the Ham Shack podcast which is available for download in both MP3 and OGG audio format. Contact him at [email protected].

3 Responses to “LHS Episode #218: USB Deep Dive”

  • JR maxwell wb7mt:

    Click on what to learn about Li usb ports and such.
    Click on more and it is an advertisement for your trip for a booth later.
    Nothing to click on that I can find. It’s not an easy site. Maybe I am blind and not looking with the other eye either. Am I the only one?

  • Bob KR9Z:

    A lot of times I just delete this page as I don’t know where to go either…

  • Paul KG5TCT:

    Okay Russ, I think you forgot something. I was looking forward to reading or listening to this topic. Maybe you will post it later????

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