I am using it with g_ether module. I did notice that the USBNet on 2.6.36 is not as stable as 2.6.33. For example it would freeze a lot when transferring files to and from the overo over Samba. Freezing does happen in 2.6.33 also but it is less frequent. 

On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Victor Andres <victor@cymonline.com> wrote:
are you using usbnet in 2.6.36 with usb_gadget package (g_ether.ko) or with
other drivers?

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From: "dtran11" <dtran11@gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2011 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] usb ethernet driver for windows not working for

> Just wanted to update on this issue:
> This issue with usbnet and windows is fixed in 2.6.36
> dtran11 wrote:
>> I have an overo earth which I use Ethernet over USB to communicate with
>> my
>> windows pc.
>> I have been using 2.6.32 kernel and have not had any problems with the
>> drivers on the windows
>> side. I recently switched to 2.6.34 and now the driver does not work. In
>> device manager I get
>> "This device cannot start. (Code 10)." I also use Ubuntu and both kernel
>> versions work. It is just
>> windows that is not compatible with the new kernel.
>> Thanks.
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