Virtual USB Devices Driver


Hi SwitchDHole,

Virtual USB Devices Driver

If the physical USB devices are connected to the host computer through a hub, the virtual machine sees only the USB devices, not the hub. There is a menu item for each of the USB ports. Move the mouse over one of these items to see a cascading menu of devices that are plugged into your host computer and available for use. Now boot the virtual machine, and when the instance will be initiated, click Devices - USB in the upper menu and select the proper USB-device which you want to use in the VM. After that the USB-drive will be immediately attached and initialized.

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I don't know what that means. Can you confirm the following:

The VirtualHere USB Client runs on Windows, OSX, Linux and Android. The client was created to be intuitive and extremely easy to use. The client needs to be run on any machine that wants to use USB devices shared by the VirtualHere USB Server. Simply click the link below, save the downloaded file to the Desktop, and run. Virtual COM port (VCP) drivers cause the USB device to appear as an additional COM port available to the PC. Application software can access the USB device in the same way as it.

You are running an Arch Linux host.
You are running a Windows as guest in a VirtualBox VM.
You are using Gnome on Arch and that you are launching VirtualBox from Gnome, but that is irrelevant to the issue.

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The virtual machine does not have direct access to the drives on the host. The 'Virtual Machine' only has the drives that are on the virtual controllers on its virtual bus. This is to be expected.

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You have two options. One, you can use shared folders. With shared folders, you identify a directory in file system that is available to the host and you share that with the guest. In windows, that shared folder will show up as a network drive. It works swimmingly.

The other option is to use the Virtual machine control to logically attach that USB device to the virtual machine. The USB device will act to the host operating system as if the USB device was unplugged (the USB file system will not be available under Nautilus), and the USB will appear to the guest to be 'plugged' into it. In this way, the physical device is available to the virtual guest. Windows then owns the device and uses Windows drivers to control it. This works for all classes of USB devices. With thumb drives, the file systems appear in Windows Finder as a local drive.

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Edit: Something went seriously wrong with my first post. Cleaned up to make it make sense.

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Last edited by ewaller (2015-03-14 18:00:29)