Failing to connect to a USB 3 device on a Windows server using a Linux client

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voltagex
Failing to connect to a USB 3 device on a Windows server using a Linux client

Client dmesg:

[ 2190.672074] usb usb1-port1: attempt power cycle
[ 2191.108110] usb 1-1: new high-speed USB device number 4 using vhci_hcd
[ 2191.108118] usb 1-1: SetAddress Request (4) to port 0
[ 2191.133021] usb 1-1: Invalid ep0 maxpacket: 9
[ 2192.032082] usb usb1-port1: Cannot enable. Maybe the USB cable is bad?
[ 2192.038376] usb usb1-port1: unable to enumerate USB device
[ 2193.044079] usb usb1-port1: Cannot enable. Maybe the USB cable is bad?
[ 2193.940208] usb usb1-port1: Cannot enable. Maybe the USB cable is bad?
[ 2193.947048] usb usb1-port1: attempt power cycle
[ 2195.152056] usb usb1-port1: Cannot enable. Maybe the USB cable is bad?

Server log:


2018-12-27 16:32:51 INFO :Found High speed device [0781:5580] "SanDisk, Extreme" at address 30
2018-12-27 16:33:15 INFO :192.168.42.209 connected as connection 1
2018-12-27 16:33:21 INFO :Device 30 [0781:5580] BOUND to connection 1

Server 3.8.1 on Windows 10 1809
Client 4.6.4 on Linux 4.9.0-7-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.110-3+deb9u2 (2018-08-13) x86_64 GNU/Linux

Michael
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Not supported at the moment. You need to use

Linux Server - and - Linux (4.14 or later) or Windows 10/server 2016 Client for USB 3.0 devices

geoffballinger
Is this something that is

Is this something that is likely to be resolved anytime soon?

Just in the process of evaluating this and using Linux VM clients against a windows server on the host machine is a very compelling use-case for development. The devices we typically use (event cameras) really need USB 3 bandwidth so going via a USB 2 hub isn't really a sensible option.

Thanks!,

Geoff

Michael
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Probably not, Linux server has much better facilities for serving USB 3 devices

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