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If I plug the NCS directly into one of the USB 3.0 ports on my Ubuntu 16.04 x86_64 machine (native) I get the USB Failure error when doing "make example01", and if I run "ncs-check -1" it fails with the error message "OpenDevice 11 failed, rc=-2"
In USBView it shows the Movidius MX2X5X device with the vendor ID of 03e7, and product ID of 2150. But, oddly it shows the USB version as 2.0 and the speed as 480Mb/s (high). Which I find odd because by appearance it's a USB 3.0 device. It's also only reporting needing 500ma. So is the NCS device a USB 2.0 device or USB 3.0 device?
What I find truly odd is if I use a USB 2.0 extension cable everything appears to work correctly. As far as I can tell all the information under USBView is the same.
There could be something about my machine that's messed up. Previously I was using it for Camera testing with the Aravis project, and that uses the libusb. But, I don't remember changing anything.