You probably have to mount usbfs yourself, as some distro's startup
scripts seem to not like 2.5 and don't do it for you.
> (there is no /sys/ on my PC?)
Make the directory:
and then mount sysfs there:
mount -t sysfs none /sys
Edit your /etc/fstab to add it so that it is always mounted at startup.
> the usbview application also complains that there is no usbfs although
> it gets registered by the core usb driver
Sounds like you don't have a USB host controller driver getting loaded,
right? What does lsmod show?
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