I have a USB touchscreen connected to my hardware setup. and when I use
I: Bus=0003 Vendor=2965 Product=5023 Version=0110
N: Name="Kortek Kortek Touch"
H: Handlers=mouse1 event7 js0
B: KEY=30000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sysfs attribute is the location of that device within the sysfs filesystem. Assuming your kernel was compiled with
CONFIG_SYSFS and the sysfs filesystem is mounted to
/sys, you can view the device at:
To break down what path represents:
/sys/ is the mountpoint of the sysfs filesystem (see the output of
mount | grep sysfs).
/devices/ contains a filesystem representation of the device tree (source).
/pci0000:00/ describes the PCI domain and the bus number. In this case, the domain number is
0000 and the bus number is
/0000:00:14.0/ has the the PCI domain and bus number repeated, along with the slot and function. In this case, the USB device's slot number is
14 and its function number is
/usb3/ refers to USB controller attached to bus number
/3-3/3-3.4/3-3.4:1.2/ has redundant information. The last
/3-3.4:1.2/ means you are referring to the USB controller attached to bus
4, configuration number
1 and interface number
/0003:2965:5023.0006/ means the device is attached to bus
0003, has a vendor ID of
2965, and a product ID of