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Old 12-14-2010, 05:59 PM
cory cardio
 
Default usb as network interface

Really looking for any help, direction, anything in my quest to have an android device with a terminal emulator/ssh client installed on it , plugged into a CRUX box via its USB 2.0 cable appear or act as a network interface to CRUX.....?


bond0 ...

ifenslave?


thank you and much appreciation in advance,
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Old 12-15-2010, 06:29 AM
Jose V Beneyto
 
Default usb as network interface

Hello,
On 12/14/10 19:59, cory cardio wrote:
Really looking for any help, direction, anything in my quest to have an android device with a
terminal emulator/ssh client installed on it , plugged into a CRUX box via its USB 2.0 cable
appear or act as a network interface to CRUX.....?


bond0 ...

ifenslave?


Well, this is a Linux more than a CRUX related question. No, bond0 is a device used for bonding
purposes, and ifenslave a tool for doing that.


To see what device is discovered make sure that your kernel have support everything you need:

Device Drivers --->[*] Network device support --->
USB Network Adapters --->
...

The crux box should list detected changes after you plug the device, use dmesg and see the last 10
lines or so to discover it, usually usb0.


And please read some documentation about, there are many places to do so, like:
http://www.linux-usb.org/usbnet/


thank you and much appreciation in advance,


Best regards,

--
Jose V Beneyto | http://sepen.mine.nu/

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