Couple of quick observations on the Ben NanoNote
michaelshiloh1010 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 12:48:43 EDT 2009
Yes, please do. To me, that would be a requirement.
As I told Steve last night: I'm a hard-core command line Linux geek, and
I know there are many like us. Not enough to support a business, but
enough to be the early users and evangelists.
If I had USB networking I would immediately have copied my calendar,
todo list, and shopping lists, all of which are plain text, into the
Ben. With vi and a command line, that's all I need.
Any chance you could do this this week? I'm showing the Ben at GadgetOff
next week, and it would be great.
Then onwards towards total victory!
Lars-Peter Clausen wrote:
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> Michael Shiloh wrote:
>> Is it possible to get USB networking working? What steps do I take
>> to do this?
> To get usb networking you have to enable the usb ethernet gadget in
> kernel config and rebuild the kernel. You can find it in menuconfig
> under Device Drivers->USB support->USB Gadget Support.
> But I guess we should enable it by default. I'll commit a change to do
> so soon.
> - - Lars
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