[CentOS-virt] iTunes?

Sun Feb 13 02:30:24 UTC 2011
MargoAndTodd <margoandtodd at gmail.com>

On 02/12/2011 05:30 PM, Kenni Lund wrote:
> 2011/2/13 MargoAndTodd<margoandtodd at gmail.com>:
>> Eventually, I am going to remove Virtual Box from my and all
>> my customer's machines in favor of KVM.  So the Harmony may
>> be short lived if KVM does not also support USB as well
>> as Virtual Box 4.0.x.
> KVM only supports emulated USB 1.1 at the moment, all USB devices
> requiring USB 2.0 doesn't work (which includes all iPhones and newer
> iPods AFAIK). qemu-kvm 0.14 which will be out soon, has received some
> USB 2.0 patches, but still no initial 2.0 support. Don't expect
> emulated USB 2.0 support in KVM in CentOS anytime soon.
> If you have a host with VT-d support, you can try to passthrough one
> of the USB controllers on your motherboard to a guest - or to add a
> PCI/PCIe USB card to the host and dedicate it to a guest. I haven't
> had any luck with ~4-5 different USB controllers/cards, so don't put
> your expectations too high.
> Best regards
> Kenni

Thank you for the heads up!