Provided by: udev_079-0ubuntu34_i386 bug

NAME

       usb_device_name - udev callout to split kernel name for usb devices

SYNOPSIS

       usb_device_name [--export] devicename

DESCRIPTION

       usb_device_name  is  normally  called  from  a  udev  rule to split the
       kernel-assigned name for a device in the usb_device subsystem into  bus
       and  device numbers.  Udev can use this information to construct a name
       under /dev/bus/usb for the real device node.

USAGE

       usb_device_name  splits  the  kernel-assigned  name  specified  on  the
       command-line and prints the information chosen by the options.

OPTIONS

       The  following  command-line  switches  are  supported  to specify what
       usb_device_name should print:

       --export
              print bus and device numbers as USB_BUS and USB_DEV  environment
              variables, for use with an IMPORT{program} rule.

SEE ALSO

       udev(8)

AUTHORS

       Scott James Remnant <scott@ubuntu.com>

                                 November 2005              USB_DEVICE_NAME(8)