[rescue] OT: Linux and USB on Intel
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at student.kuleuven.ac.be
Sun Apr 20 05:15:05 CDT 2003
On Sunday 20 April 2003 03:13, Sheldon T. Hall wrote:
> This is mostly OT ... it's an Intel rescue. My only excuse is that the
> list is very quiet today.
> I'm trying to convert an old Intel box (P-150, 32 MB, 1.2 GB, etc.) into
> something that will route from a Belden WiFi device connected to a USB port
> to a normal Ethernet card.
> I'm seeking clues about how to use something besides Windows with the USB
> device. I'd like to use either the Linux Router Project stuff or DOS-based
> IProute, but I haven't a clue how to make either one talk USB.
> A visit from the clue fairy would be much appreciated.
Why use a floppy based distro if you have a 1.2 gig hd?
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