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  1. Hi Daniel, I am running a 3.18.25 kernel. I don't believe it is kernel related. I am still having this problem. For now, I have not much time to investigate it. However, I surely would like to have it resolved.
  2. Thanks for answering. Unfortunately, I was already aware of this thread and I bought a powered USB hub and it didn't solve anything.
  3. Finally it doesn't matter. Analog Discovery and Analog Discovery 2 are supposed to be supported by the very same software.
  4. I am unable to make Waveforms working with my Analog Discovery on Linux. I installed Adept 2 and Waveform, when I plug my device in the usb port I have it recognized. It seems it is Waveforms that refuse to recognize the device or something bad happen as soon as I start Waveforms to the USB connection. Here is the log output when I connect the device in the USB port: oct 06 20:49:09 feynman kernel: usb 2-1.7.4: USB disconnect, device number 11 oct 06 20:49:09 feynman dbus[1324]: [system] Activating via systemd: service name='org.freedesktop.Avahi' unit='dbus-org.freedesktop.Avahi.servi
  5. Crap! I just realize I have the Analog Discovery, not the Analog Discovery 2. Anyone knows if the Analog Discovery is supported?
  6. I have exactly the same problem with my Gentoo Linux distro on a Intel iCore7 system. I don't believe the problem is with the CPU. There is something else with the USB setup at my opinion. I installed adept and waveforms manually. My Analog Discovery is working on my Windows system (another hardware box). In the WaveForms gui in the Device Manager panel, the serial number of my Analog Discovery is properly shown and in the bottom section in the Wavegen column I have a message: Device not supported.