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USB stands for Univeral Serial Bus, a fairly new bus for connecting all kinds of peripherals to a computer, including printers, scanners, modems, keyboards, mice, etc. I don't have any USB devices, but my impression is that USB support for Linux is not as good as that for Windows at this time.

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