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can anyone reproduce that or confirm or critizise that and, if alright, write it on the real page?
 
can anyone reproduce that or confirm or critizise that and, if alright, write it on the real page?
 
thanx
 
thanx
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::YEAHHH!!!!!!!!
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::it works for me!! --[[User:Jn|Jn]] 18:56, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

Revision as of 19:56, 18 June 2009

This procedure works for me, Windows XP SP2 and Neo kernel Linux fic-gta01 2.6.22.5-moko11-r2. I can even do ipkg update/upgrade with the routing in place. hhf423

Contents

Troubles installing the Neo1973.inf on Windows

I had some difficulties, but could do it like this:

- Download Neo1973.inf

- Rightclick the Neo1973.inf "Install"

- Rightclick the Workspace, Properties, select tab "Hardware", Button "Device Manager"

- The "Linux USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget" was not correctely installed

- Rightclick "Update driver", select the same driver you downloaded before (Neo1973.inf)

... and it worked :-)

Works

No needs to enter an IP into the configuration panel, the ".inf" file do the job. It seems "

XP Professional x64

Took some tweaking to get my Neo to work under XP Pro x64... in the end I used the Vista inf neo_vista_x64 and modified the line

AddReg          = RNDIS_AddReg_Vista

and changed it to

AddReg          = RNDIS_AddReg_XP

worked like a champ after that!

Vista 32-bit

With Windows Vista Business 32 bit I was unable to install any of the INF files.

Another maybe quite unsecure method (WinXP Professional 32 Bit)

All the options listed on the Neo and Windows-site didn't really work for me to get an internetconnection working for my freerunner.

I tried the following and it worked fine for me: 1. downloaded the .inf-file, and all that stuff so i could connect via putty. that was no problem. 2. going to the Control Panel > Network Connections and selecting the Local Area Connection of my pc 3. right-click > Properties > tab "Advanced" (the third in the row) > "Internet Connection Sharing" > toggle the button "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection" 4. switching off the windows firewall 5. internet is reachable!!! :)

works with kernel 2.6.24.

can anyone reproduce that or confirm or critizise that and, if alright, write it on the real page? thanx

YEAHHH!!!!!!!!
it works for me!! --Jn 18:56, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
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This procedure works for me, Windows XP SP2 and Neo kernel Linux fic-gta01 2.6.22.5-moko11-r2. I can even do ipkg update/upgrade with the routing in place. hhf423

Troubles installing the Neo1973.inf on Windows

I had some difficulties, but could do it like this:

- Download Neo1973.inf

- Rightclick the Neo1973.inf "Install"

- Rightclick the Workspace, Properties, select tab "Hardware", Button "Device Manager"

- The "Linux USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget" was not correctely installed

- Rightclick "Update driver", select the same driver you downloaded before (Neo1973.inf)

... and it worked :-)

Works

No needs to enter an IP into the configuration panel, the ".inf" file do the job. It seems "

XP Professional x64

Took some tweaking to get my Neo to work under XP Pro x64... in the end I used the Vista inf neo_vista_x64 and modified the line

AddReg          = RNDIS_AddReg_Vista

and changed it to

AddReg          = RNDIS_AddReg_XP

worked like a champ after that!

Vista 32-bit

With Windows Vista Business 32 bit I was unable to install any of the INF files.

Another maybe quite unsecure method (WinXP Professional 32 Bit)

All the options listed on the Neo and Windows-site didn't really work for me to get an internetconnection working for my freerunner.

I tried the following and it worked fine for me: 1. downloaded the .inf-file, and all that stuff so i could connect via putty. that was no problem. 2. going to the Control Panel > Network Connections and selecting the Local Area Connection of my pc 3. right-click > Properties > tab "Advanced" (the third in the row) > "Internet Connection Sharing" > toggle the button "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection" 4. switching off the windows firewall 5. internet is reachable!!! :)

works with kernel 2.6.24.

can anyone reproduce that or confirm or critizise that and, if alright, write it on the real page? thanx

YEAHHH!!!!!!!!
it works for me!! --Jn 18:56, 18 June 2009 (UTC)