On Wed, Nov 09, 2011 at 01:34:48PM -0500, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 07, 2011 at 08:29:02PM -0500, Bob Cochran wrote:
> > I want to use Fedora 16 as a host OS (a "Dom0" OS) so that I can install 
> > several different operating systems as virtualized guests. One of these 
> > will be Windows 7. Are there enough Xen and Fedora bits in place for 
> > Fedora 16 virtualization so that my friend can access Windows 7 as a 
> > virtual machine and not know the difference -- she can access the USB 
> > ports, printer and fax devices, run PhotoShop and and various other 
> > photo editing applications?
> 
> She can definitly run Windows 7. Albeit I would recommend installing
> the PV drivers, otherwise it is slow.
> 
> In regards to USB, try this:
> 
> [root@phenom ~]# xm usb-list-assignable-devices
> 2-3          : ID 058f:6387 JetFlash Mass Storage Device
> [root@phenom ~]# xm usb-add latest-hvm.xm host:058f:6387
> 
> Once you have launched the guest. And you should see your
> USB device in the guest (I only tried this with Linux PVHVM guest)
> 
> Oh, make sure you have 'usb=1' defined in your config.
>

Yeah, that might work.. although the Qemu USB passthrough is limited to USB 1.1 
speeds (=slow).

-- Pasi

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