[Spice-devel] Windows USB-Redirection support
uril at redhat.com
Wed Nov 28 00:44:49 PST 2012
On 11/28/2012 12:14 AM, Goktug YILDIRIM wrote:
> I bet this is asked many times and I trust to read most of them. I would
> like to ask if there is any update on this topic?
> And secondly, if I didnt misunderstand there is a way to get usb support if
> you compile it form the source? Is it?
To share a usb device from a client running on a Windows machine to a
libusb device driver must be installed for that usb device.
One alternative to install such a device driver, based on WinUSB, is to
use zadig 
from the libwdi project .
Another alternative is to build usbclerk, a WinUSB driver install
service, from source 
and run in on the client machine. usbclerk also uses libwdi.
The Windows usbredir is not on par with the Linux version.
For example, isochronous devices (e.g. a webcam) can not be shared with
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