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RE: [Xen-users] Pass through multiple USB Devices

>>> On 2009/10/01 at 06:08, "James Harper" <james.harper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
>>> wrote: 
>>  A couple of follow-up questions:
>> 1) Does this require changes to the code in the dom0 or the Xen code
> (Xen
>> itself, qemu-dm, etc.)?
> No, only the updated drivers from noboru which he hasn't yet released.

Sorry if I'm being dense, but are these for dom0 or for Linux-based domUs?

>> 2) Are the drivers included in the currently available GPLPV release?
> Or are
>> they just in the current code repository?
> Both are reasonably current.

I might have been unclear about this - I was trying to ask if the drivers that 
are posted right now already include the code for multiple USB device support, 
or if that's something you're testing on your own and have not released, yet?

> I just tried plugging a keyboard in and it doesn't appear to work, so
> I'm doing something wrong. It enumerates 2 devices, one of which ends up
> in an error state. There is a huge amount of USB packets that I'm not
> yet supporting, I've only been testing against a USB memory stick to get
> it this far.
> James

So, what's the domU configuration syntax for multiple USB devices (e.g. 


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