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Share and access USB devices over network! USB Redirector 5.3 There is no need to use hardware USB switches to share USB devices anymore! Try simply and powerful software solution USB Redirector for such purposes! USB Redirector allows to share and access USB any devices over local network or Internet. Use remote USB devices as if they are directly plugged into your PC!Now it is compatible with Linux OS.




Lock computer by USB Key or eToken Rohos Logon Key 2.7 It allows to access Windows in a secure way by USB drive, biometric USB drive, Bluetooth mobile or eTokens, replacing the Windows login. For Windows Vista program installs two-factor authentication Credential Provider. Supports remote desktop login. No risk because of: Emergency Logon that helps to access your system in case you lost USB drive or forgot PIN code; Safe Mode support - no way to bypass USB Key security.




Share and access USB devices over network! USB Server for Linux 2.0 There is no need to use hardware USB switches to share USB devices anymore! Try simply and powerful software solution USB Server for Linux for such purposes! USB Server for Linux allows to share and access USB any devices over local network or Internet. Use remote USB devices as if they are directly plugged into your PC!

hi, i just wanna say, i dont know how to install it, it keeps saying \"installation failed\". im using fedora 13. maybe i need to install kernel heads. but i dont know how.

HiI have downloaded and installed USB Server for Linux. The purpose was to try and get a Lexmark 8350 printer to work with a virtual machine created in VMWare. I managed to get a connection to the USB Server via USB Redirector on the virtual machine. Unfortunately that's as far as it worked. When trying to install the printer it does not pick up the usb device. I have tried installing the Lexmark driver from the original CD, but it was never able to pick up the usb printer. In short, it seems like USB server serves the USB device properly ...

Pricing Windows client is prohibitive Hi,USB server for Linux is great... and I would love to put it to use in combination with USB redirector for Windows. The price is prohibitive though; I think you should consider making it easier to step in, ie. price of Eur 25 for the entry level (one Linux server, one Windows client and up to 4 USB devices).cheers



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