I am trying to establish network access on a Summit with an Overo Water
mounted to it. I have a powered USB hub, and the keyboard and mouse
connected through it (to the OTG port) worked fine with plug and play. I
connected a NETGEAR N150 wireless USB adapter to it, and it recognized that
something had been added, but did not appear to configure it nor realize it
was an input device.
I saw a posting earlier stating that others had luck with the WIFI dongle
operating simply as plug-n-play. Is that only for the Linksys USB200M? My
build is Linux version 2.6.39 and Angstrom 2011.03
My /etc/network/interfaces/ has everything except 'lo' commented, although
uncommenting usb0 and wlan0 did not solve the problem. ifconfig has only
ever shown the 'lo' functionality.
The startup messages show it recognizing it as
overo usb 1-1.2: Product WNA1100
overo usb 1-1.2: Manufacturer: NETGEAR WNA
but unlike the keyboard and mouse, there is no 'overo input: Logitech USB
optical mouse as /devices/platform.........'
Am I missing the drivers? I've been working this problem for 2 weeks and am
completely confused! Any help on how to get the Summit board to recognize
the WIFI dongle?
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