Hi. Please help.
 
When using the Linux USB OTG cable provided by Gumstix, transmitting a file from the Palo43 Overo SD Card 
to another computer through the USB Linux OTG cable doesn't work.
 
The Linux USB OTG cable is white like the one in a Gumstix video for another board, Summit,
yet on Palo43 it doesn't plug into the labeled OTG port but Host, like if Palo43 mislabeled the ports.
  
(a PC is hooked on the USB Console port of Palo43, kermit runs on it;
another PC is hooked through Palo43's USB OTG port, kermit runs on it;
the Palo43 OTG USB port is prepared like this and I get all the messages from there:
 
http://www.gumstix.net/wiki/index.php?title=Category:How_to_-_usb
 
the kermit on the PC hooked on the Console port is invoked by:
kermit -l /dev/ttyUSB0
then under overo-oe:~ set flow-control none, set carrier watch off, set speed 115200, connect
which triggers the uncompressing of Linux;
after uncompressing Linux, I log in as root, I have file saved on the SD Card, then to send file to the other computer
I run cat file > /dev/ttyUSB0 or I run kermit -s -l /dev/ttyUSB0;
on the other PC, the one hooked through Palo43's USB OTG port, I run the command set line /dev/ttyusb0 and I invoke kermit:
kermit -r -a /
but send and receive they start on respective PCs and don't work)