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Old 09-07-2006, 11:46 AM   #1
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Question usb0 no more accessible

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I don't know why, but now I can access the usb device, but when I try to "ifup"/"ipdown"
I receive the following error message :

linux:~ # ifup usb0
No configuration found for usb0



Yesterday, I was able to connect to an embedded device using the usb0 usbnet.

today, I can't (I didn't reboot my computer).

I use suse 10.1 and in the network manager I can see the usb gadget with the static ip address.

I can Ping the address.
I can't ping the device address.

The module usbnet-module is installed.

I can't do: ifconfig usb0

linux:/proc # ifconfig usb0
SIOCSIFADDR: No such device
usb0: unknown interface: No such device

I unplugged then replugged the device.

Do somebody know what I could try to have usbnet working ?

thank you

Last edited by weeb0_tikris; 09-07-2006 at 12:19 PM.
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