I have a file what called USBNET_E2_LINUX_062802_REL1.7.tar.gz.
First, uncompressing the packaged: USBNET_E2_LINUX_062802_REL1.7.tar.gz
#tar zxvpf USBNET_E2_LINUX_062802_REL1.7.tar.gz
A directory named e2 will be created under current directory.
Second, Changing directory to the "e2" directory.
Third, compiling the source code.
At last, copy the firmware file "CnxE2Fw.bin" to directory "/etc".
#cp CnxE2Fw.bin /etc/CnxE2Fw.bin
Now, you can install the driver by the command below under current directory:
If you would like to installing driver anywhere else, Please copy the e2.o to
the directory: /lib/modules/2.4.xx-xxx/kernel/drivers/usb first.
If the network doesn't up automatically, you must run the following commands to activate the net adapter.
#ifconfig hsb0 up
#dhcpcd -n hsb0
Upgrade the firmware:
Replace the firmware file "/etc/CnxE2Fw.bin" with the new release. Note that the file
name must be case sensitive.
It sounds easy...I have not that much trust in easy things in Linux therefore I wanted to ask if somebody has experience with this?
With kind regards,