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> Usb Ethernet/wifi/thumbdrives With C3200, Some Questions....
post Mar 18 2008, 08:32 PM
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OK, guys, go easy on ol' ArchiMark as I just got my new 3200 yesterday after selling my previous one a year ago....so no Z use for a long time....

Anyway, remembered that I had bought an iRiver PMP USB Host Adapter Cable before and would like to try using it with my Linksys USB200M v2.1 'ethernet stick' and also a USB thumbdrive and maybe a USB WiFi stick...

The thought is if I can do that, then I free up my CF card slot for additional storage and don't need to swap with ethernet or wifi cards, etc....

As I just got Z yesterday, still have Sharp ROM on it, but figure that will change soon....pdaXii probably or Debian????

Anyway, what should I do to get this working???

Thanks for any and all suggestions!

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post Apr 11 2008, 01:21 PM
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I'm glad you got it working ArchiMark! smile.gif

I just tried my powered USB hub, but it's a no go in 2.4.20 kernel.
I didn't drop to the console, but the LAN GUI shows only "lo" and I usually get eth0 when there is a connection.
I'm not worried about it though, there's plenty of other options available. smile.gif
Here's a screenshot, it shows USB 2.0 Network Adapter ver.2
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