Linux as slave USB drive?

Does anybody know if it’s possible to make Ubuntu/Linux laptop to work as a usb slave drive? Here are people who also need this but still didn’t find any workable solution:

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Stefan Durand

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2 thoughts on “Linux as slave USB drive?”

  1. I'm not going to register for the forum just to answer, but should you want to, you they can use the USB gadget kernel module:

    modprobe g_file_storage file=/tmp/backing_file

    It won't let you share an already mounted volume, but it will turn an arbitrary file into a mass storage device that can them be formatted and used.

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