Unnecessary rant - Was: Re: USB networking in Ubuntu
richard.mallender at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 15:48:14 CEST 2008
Yeah. Worked for me too. Spent a day fiddling with the wrong box before
giving up and asking for help. Maybe there's a lesson to be learned here.
Zack Mollusc wrote:
> Richard Cooke wrote:
>> It is a shame you have alienated the support staff on this list since I
>> suspect I am not on my own in having difficulty getting USB networking
>> between the freerunner and Ubuntu up and running.
>> I am something of a Linux noob and a complete openmoko beginner and
>> as such I was a little rash in taking this thing on. I am running Ubuntu
>> 8.04 64 bit on an AMD64 box.
>> I have spent a couple of days trawling google trying to get this going
>> late last week was successful enough to be able to upgrade my device. I
>> thought at the time that maybe I should never power down my box again,
>> power it down I did.
>> The problem I now have is that I am unable to get usb0 recognized as an
>> interface by ifconfig.
>> The command:
>> ifconfig usb0 192.168.0.200
>> results in
>> SIOCSIFADDR: No such device
>> usb0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device
>> I have tried modprobing usbnet and cdc_ether but the problem remains.
>> Help from any quarter would be much appreciated as I am at my wits' end.
> Hello, i am also a noob running umbongo (i am on 32bit 8.04) and i had a
> similar problem.
> I broke the whole thing on the fr and no longer had a gui, I flashed the
> root filesystem
> (Openmoko-Freerunner-20080424-om-gta02.rootfs.jffs2)and seemed to lose
> usb connectivity, with similar host response, and after some vain faffing
> about with the host machine(i thought the usb port had become confused)
> , I flashed the kernel (uImage-2.6.24+git20080424-om-gta02.bin) and that
> seemed to fix it for me. Obviously I had to install the apps again.
> Good luck.
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