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[Xen-users] problems with USB and PCI passthrough on Debian Lenny

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  • From: Angelin Lalev <lalev.angelin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 03 Jun 2009 00:38:26 +0300
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I have Xen installation with all domains (dom0+domU) being Debian Lenny.
I'd like to pass my usb printer to one of those domU domains. I couldn't
make usb passthrough to work, so I decided that I will pass the whole
usb controller to the domU. It didn't worked either. 
I have read tons of internet howtos only to find the solutions proposed
don't work. Is there something official that describes usb and pci

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