USB device sharing system over IP network
DescriptionUSB/IP is a system for sharing USB devices over the network. To share USB devices between computers with their full functionality, USB/IP encapsulates "USB requests" into IP packets and transmits them between computers. Original USB device drivers and applications can be used for remote USB devices without any modification of them. A computer can use remote USB devices as if they were directly attached. Currently USB/IP provides no access control or encryption. It should only be used in trusted environments. This package provides the server component 'usbipd' and the client tool 'usbip'.
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