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wellswang
Hi,

Thanks to dev team.

I am using r198 now.

but I found there was no USB Config tool in this system, and when I plugged in the USB Cable and connected it to my Windows PC, my windows system told me it found a new device called "RNDIS/Linux USB Ethernet Gadget".

Where can I found windows driver? (I found a driver "linux.inf" , but it didn't work ...)
and How To setup usbnet?

Thanks...

BTW, when I pull out the USB Cable from my Z , system got an exception, and if I type any other command , the system will hang up ...



--Wells
jerrybme
QUOTE(wellswang @ Apr 16 2007, 06:42 PM)
Hi,

Thanks to dev team.

I am using r198 now.

but I found there was no USB Config tool in this system, and when I plugged in the USB Cable and connected it to my Windows PC, my windows system told me it found a new device called "RNDIS/Linux USB Ethernet Gadget".

Where can I found windows driver? (I found a driver "linux.inf" , but it didn't work ...)
and How To setup usbnet?

Thanks...

BTW, when I pull out the USB Cable from my Z , system got an exception, and if I type any other command , the system will hang up ...



--Wells
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I don't think it's possible to use the USB network connection with Windows yet, the old kernel 2.4 used a different mechanism to connect. The 2.6 kernel's USB gadget hasn't been made to work with Windows, there is an INF file to try and install but last time I checked it doesn't work. If you search the board especially the OZ ROMs, you'll find lots of info, they been using the 2.6 kernel for quite a while now. Setting it up to work in linux is not too hard, you'll find info on that too in the OZ Common section.

Cheers,
Jerry
wellswang
http://embedded.seattle.intel-research.net...tting_up_USBnet

i found this article, i will try again.
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