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I have to perform backup operations between servers . my servers are virtual machines in Virtual Box . What I want to do is to plug a usb in each server . servers are virtual machines so usb drivers are virtual also .

Two steps to do : 1- I want to create virtual USB drivers on my Ubuntu host
2- Then I want to connect every virtual machine in the virualbox to one of those virtual usb drivers for copying things between those servers (machines) .

I found second step in here but couldn't find first step or anything similar ! Does anybody know how to create virtual usb ? Does it need a special software of just can be made via command line . I found this link tell how to make a virtual image but in windows :(

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please help I can't believe that all askubuntu.com members don't know the answer of this question ! virtual usb on Ubuntu ! virtual image, virtual usb, usb emulator software anything may let me see many usbs in my laptop :D –  SafeY Feb 5 '13 at 7:42
    
Maybe there is no answer. AFAIK Virtualbox can't do that. –  Javier Rivera Feb 5 '13 at 8:31
    
What do you mean by AFAIK ? –  SafeY Feb 5 '13 at 8:41
    
can't believe there's no way to add a virtual usb to linux :D –  SafeY Feb 5 '13 at 8:42
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Please don't add so many comments to your question. The site is not fit for this. Instead, invest time in improving your question and time in the site to gain enough reputation to be able to put a bounty on it. :) –  gertvdijk Feb 5 '13 at 19:14
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Finally me and a friend came across a solution for this problem . we add a virtual hard disk to the machine and yes ! it's working now :D

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