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[Bug 11958] Rather than use the USB/rs232 keywords, I would recommend going with the keyword "peripheral" for any device attached to the computer. This way it would not matter if the device in question is USB, 1394, or something platform exclusive. This will future p

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--- Comment #2 from Trevor Downs <cyberskull@mac.com> 2011-02-02 12:45:31 UTC ---
Oh, and the title of this bug should be changed to 'Use "peripheral" as the
base generic device class keyword', or something to that effect.

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