I'm evaluating your software for a home automation project, so I need to eventually have 2 USB-devices attached.
I'm trying to use a raspberry pi model b+ as the server, and a virtualized debian-host as the client.
The server works fine against my windows client.
( but I did have to specify both IgnoredDevices and AllowedDevices for the filter to work correctly.).
While testing the debian-client I ran into problems.
Downloaded the latest version from https://www.virtualhere.com/usb_client_software
I couldn't find any listed requirements anywhere (except for depending on usbip-support in kernel, which is there.)
However, the client first gives error about missing libSM.ko, which was fixed with apt-get install libsm-dev - but after that its a requirement for libgtk-x11 - which leads me to believe that this is a GUI-application.
It would be very nice to list the required libraries per OS/distro, and also supply a non-GUI version of the client.
I'm surprised I'm the first to use this versus headless, virtualized linux-servers.