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usbredirserver(1) [debian man page]

USBREDIRSERVER(1)						   User Commands						 USBREDIRSERVER(1)

usbredirserver - exporting an USB device for use from another (virtual) machine SYNOPSIS
usbredirserver [-p|--port <port>] [-v|--verbose <0-5>] <usbbus-usbaddr|vendorid:prodid> DESCRIPTION
usbredirserver is a small standalone server for exporting an USB device for use from another (virtual) machine through the usbredir proto- col. You can specify the USB device to export either by USB id in the form of <vendorid>:<prodid>, or by USB bus number and device address in the form of <usbbus>-<usbaddr>. Notice that an instance of usbredirserver can only be used to export a single USB device. If you want to export multiple devices you can start multiple instances listening on different TCP ports. OPTIONS
-p, --port=PORT Set the TCP port to listen on to PORT -v, --verbose=VERBOSE Set usbredirserver's verbosity level to VERBOSE, this mostly affects USB redirection related messages. Valid values are 0-5: 0:Silent 1:Errors 2:Warnings 3:Info 4:Debug 5:Debug++ AUTHOR
Written by Hans de Goede <> REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to the spice-devel mailinglist: COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2010-2012 Red Hat, Inc. License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later <>. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. usbredirserver 0.4.3 April 2012 USBREDIRSERVER(1)

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EHCI(4)                                                    BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                                                    EHCI(4)

ehci -- USB Enhanced Host Controller driver SYNOPSIS
device ehci DESCRIPTION
The ehci driver provides support for the USB Enhanced Host Controller Interface, which is used by USB 2.0 controllers. EHCI controllers are peculiar in that they can only handle the USB 2.0 protocol. This means that they normally have one or more companion controllers (i.e., ohci(4) or uhci(4)) handling USB 1.x devices. Consequently each USB connector is electrically connected to two USB con- trollers. The handling of this is totally automatic, but can be noticed since USB 1.x and USB 2.0 devices plugged in to the same connector appear to connect to different USB busses. SEE ALSO
ohci(4), uhci(4), usb(4) HISTORY
The ehci device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 5.1. BUGS
The driver is not finished and is quite buggy. There is currently no support for isochronous transfers. BSD March 20, 2005 BSD

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