Is the TD2 Thunderbold3 Plus usable on linux?

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Is the TD2 Thunderbold3 Plus usable on linux?

Post by foice » 24 Apr 2021, 18:41

Hi there,
I see my linux (raspian) regonizes some new hardware when I plug the drive via a USBC-USBA adapter. The adapter works on my Mac, so I think that is not a problem. Still when I connect the TD2 to my linux box I do not get to see the devices in neither `parted` `print devices` nor `fdisk -l`. I am quite sure these commands should display the list of available devices, but nothing comes out.

Any success on using the TD2 Thunderbolt Plus on linux?

Maybe I need a driver for it?

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Roberto

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Re: Is the TD2 Thunderbold3 Plus usable on linux?

Post by TMzethar » 26 Apr 2021, 22:38

If your Linux device has A USB 3.0/3.1 interface, you can use A on Linux.
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Re: Is the TD2 Thunderbold3 Plus usable on linux?

Post by foice » 27 Apr 2021, 19:14

Are you saying it *must* be USB3.0 or higher? right now I have a Raspberry pi with USB 2.0 and all that is recognized is the USB hub in the TD2 Thunderbold3 Plus. The disks seem not available (assuming I am doing the right thing to bring up the thunderbolt devices on linux, had not done it before).

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