Flash a kernel with USB networking
andy at openmoko.com
Wed Aug 13 17:39:13 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| I did the same update as Thomas here :
| And now I miss the modules g-ether and cdc-ether.
| His solution:
| "My solution was to flash an older kernel, install the missing modules
with opkg, then re-flash the new kernel."
| So my question is how to do that :
| - what older kernel should I put on my sd card?
| - how to install the g-ether and cdc-ether modules from the sd card
There is a class of kernels now called "moredrivers" that have enough
drivers in the monolithic kernel that they do not rely on the presence
of modules themselves. For example:
These guys have the Ethernet over USB (and other things) built-in
according to the old school. You can DFU this in safely and then update
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