Michael Semcheski wrote: > > One thing to check with your USB device, if you can't get it to work > on a VM - it can't be used by the host system at the same time. Make > sure its unmounted by the host if you want to use it with the virtual > machine. > If it is grayed out, it usually means that you do not have permission to access the raw device. One way to fix it is to remount the USB file system giving group r/w access to the vboxusers group. For more finely grained access control you can add a udev rule that sets the group to vboxusers and gives group r/w permission to specific devices. This has been covered many times on the VirtualBox mailing list. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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