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Re: [Xen-users] Client device and virtualization

It's not really clear exactly what you're asking.  I assume that you're setup 
is that you have a physical server (ServerA) running a domU (domain A), and 
you're using the NetBook to talk to domain A over the network via a protocol 
like RDP, ICA, etc.  You want to be able to see your local drives, devices, 
etc., from the NetBook on the O/S you're connecting to in domain A?  If yes, 
then this is not a Xen question at all - this is a question of whether the 
protocol you're using to connect supports remote device connectivity.  RDP 
supports some types of devices - serial ports, disks, parallel ports, printers, 
etc.  I don't know much about ICA.  X does not support remote device 
connectivity, and SSH is going to be limited in the type of connectivity it 
supports, as well, or at least is going to take some more advanced 
configuration to get working properly.

Perhaps you can be a little more specific about your configuration, and what 
exactly you're trying to accomplish?


>>> On 2010/03/19 at 10:53, Salvatore De Paolis <iwkse@xxxxxxx> wrote: 
> Hi all,
> i'm new to virtualization, i'm interested to know if and how would be 
> possible
> to use client devices on the virtual server OS.
> Basically i a netbook with sd card reader, i'd like to know if the server is
> able to see it an mount as it would be a local device. Any link to
> documentation about the topic is welcome,
> regards
> Sal

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