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# usbutils

This is a collection of USB tools for use on Linux and BSD systems to query what type of USB devices are connected to the system. This is to be run on a USB host (i.e. a machine you plug USB devices into), not on a USB device (i.e. a device you plug into a USB host.)

## Building and installing

Note, usbutils depends on libusb, be sure that library is properly installed first.

To work with the "raw" repo, after cloning it just do:

./autogen.sh


Or if you like doing things "by hand" you can try the following:

Get the usbhid-dump git submodule:

git submodule init
git submodule update


Initialize autobuild with:

autoreconf --install --symlink


Configure the project with:

./configure


Build everything with:

make


Install it, if you really want to, with:

make install