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  1. Just a quick one, Is it possible for Xen server to share USB ports with a hub amongst hosts. What I'm thinking is say an Ubuntu 14.04 with a RTL dongle one port of a hub (e.g a 60 Watt Plugable hub) and say a Windows host with USB thumb drive on another port of the same hub - you get the idea ? Also possibly USB 3, if the hub was USB 3 of course, don't think mixed 2 & 3 would work though on the same hub ;)... Dave.
  2. I've spent countless hours trying to get GNURadio-Companion to install along with the needed "source blocks" to make an RTL-SDR Dongle work. Online documention on this is very poor. But I've got it to work, and just for fun I did it twice! This How-To assumes you're running a freshly installed Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS & assumes you're sort of a newbie to Linux as I am. Below are the commands you type, do not include the quote signs. 1) Log into a desktop terminal 2) Make sure you're in your home directory by typing "cd ~" 3) Type "sudo apt-get install git-core" 4) Type "sudo apt-get install
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