Commit a52d3ec5 authored by Krzysztof Opasiak's avatar Krzysztof Opasiak Committed by Greg Kroah-Hartman

tools: usb: usbip: Add simple script to show how to setup vUDC

Add some simple script which creates a USB gadget using ConfigFS
and then exports it using vUDC.

This may be useful for people who just started playing with
USB/IP and vUDC as it shows exact steps how to setup all stuff.
Signed-off-by: default avatarKrzysztof Opasiak <k.opasiak@samsung.com>
Acked-by: default avatarShuah Khan <shuahkh@osg.samsung.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarGreg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
parent a121103c
#!/bin/bash
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################################################################################
################################################################################
# This is a sample script which shows how to use vUDC with ConfigFS gadgets
################################################################################
# Stop script on error
set -e
################################################################################
# Create your USB gadget
# You may use bare ConfigFS interface (as below)
# or libusbgx or gt toool
# Instead of ConfigFS gadgets you may use any of legacy gadgets.
################################################################################
CONFIGFS_MOUNT_POINT="/sys/kernel/config"
GADGET_NAME="g1"
ID_VENDOR="0x1d6b"
ID_PRODUCT="0x0104"
cd ${CONFIGFS_MOUNT_POINT}/usb_gadget
# Create a new USB gadget
mkdir ${GADGET_NAME}
cd ${GADGET_NAME}
# This gadget contains one function - ACM (serial port over USB)
FUNC_DIR="functions/acm.ser0"
mkdir ${FUNC_DIR}
# Just one configuration
mkdir configs/c.1
ln -s ${FUNC_DIR} configs/c.1
# Set our gadget identity
echo ${ID_VENDOR} > idVendor
echo ${ID_PRODUCT} > idProduct
################################################################################
# Load vudc-module if vudc is not available
# You may change value of num param to get more than one vUDC instance
################################################################################
[[ -d /sys/class/udc/usbip-vudc.0 ]] || modprobe usbip-vudc num=1
################################################################################
# Bind gadget to our vUDC
# By default we bind to first one but you may change this if you would like
# to use more than one instance
################################################################################
echo "usbip-vudc.0" > UDC
################################################################################
# Let's now run our usbip daemon in a USB device mode
################################################################################
usbipd --device &
################################################################################
# Now your USB gadget is available using USB/IP protocol.
# To prepare your client, you should ensure that usbip-vhci module is inside
# your kernel. If it's not then you can load it:
#
# $ modprobe usbip-vhci
#
# To check availability of your gadget you may try to list devices exported
# on a remote server:
#
# $ modprobe usbip-vhci
# $ usbip list -r $SERVER_IP
# Exportable USB devices
# ======================
# usbipd: info: request 0x8005(6): complete
# - 127.0.0.1
# usbip-vudc.0: Linux Foundation : unknown product (1d6b:0104)
# : /sys/devices/platform/usbip-vudc.0
# : (Defined at Interface level) (00/00/00)
#
# To attach this device to your client you may use:
#
# $ usbip attach -r $SERVER_IP -d usbip-vudc.0
#
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