Note that the relevance of the USB spec to most people is exactly 0%.
"USB device" is what people say about the things you call "clients". The
real world takes precedence, and there is absolutely _no_ way a Linux "USB
device driver" will ever mean that the driver turns the box into a USB
A "USB device driver" is driver for the mouse/scanner/whatever, ie the
_other_ end, and that's that. Claiming anything else is just confusing and
Since we're talking about the other end of a "host" driver, "client" makes
sense - in computers, I've always seen "client" as the reverse of the
"host", but maybe that's just me. Outside of computers, "guest" seems to
be the proper antonym, but that just strikes me as bizarre (a "USB guest
What were the other suggestions?
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