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hammerhead8599

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  • hammerhead8599
    RE: help adapting a belkin usb hub {F5L009} to ubuntu linux
    Hello again I thank you for your input MasenM . I also apologize for not being diplomatic but I am the type that gives what I get. Having said that I give you my thanks and respect because your response actually pointed me in the right direction. I will post any reply I receive from the author of the aforementioned pages to help spread the word as it were. Keep up the good work done here. SS
    Link to this post 26 Feb 12

    Hello again
    I thank you for your input MasenM .
    I also apologize for not being diplomatic but I am the type that gives what I get.
    Having said that I give you my thanks and respect because your response actually pointed me in the right direction.
    I will post any reply I receive from the author of the aforementioned pages to help spread the word as it were.
    Keep up the good work done here.
    SS

  • hammerhead8599
    RE: help adapting a belkin usb hub {F5L009} to ubuntu linux
    A Belkin F5L009 is a USB hub that connects to your network router so that any network user can access the connected usb devices without physically connecting to them. ps....search engines are amazing things.....give them a try SS
    Link to this post 25 Feb 12

    A Belkin F5L009 is a USB hub that connects to your network router so that any network user can access the connected usb devices without physically connecting to them.

    ps....search engines are amazing things.....give them a try
    SS

  • hammerhead8599
    help adapting a belkin usb hub {F5L009} to ubuntu linux
    Hello all The title pretty much says it all. I have a belkin usb network hub that is well integrated in win7 but since I ditched micro$haft for a much better option I was hoping to find someone who might know of drivers developed for this device. I am a novice at Linux but willing to learn. If no drivers are available how about some sort of modification to the device or firmware? Thanks in advance SS
    Link to this post 25 Feb 12

    Hello all
    The title pretty much says it all. I have a belkin usb network hub that is well integrated in win7 but since I ditched micro$haft for a much better option I was hoping to find someone who might know of drivers developed for this device. I am a novice at Linux but willing to learn. If no drivers are available how about some sort of modification to the device or firmware?
    Thanks in advance
    SS

  • hammerhead8599
    end user looking to expand his knowledge base
    hi I am experienced with linux as an end user on the desktop and laptop platforms. I want to explore linux more thoroughly because with in 6 months I want to use it as my primary OS. I also have an idea for a business project that could very well use linux in an embedded form which brings me to my next question Where would I place the post posing such a question so that it gets into the right hands and minds to possibly help me I just want to make sure I do not post in the wrong area My idea is involving an embedded OS device to monitor web traffic from a DSL or cable jack in a home Something like a hacked router or switch might work for R and D let me know what you think I shall check back frequently thanks
    Link to this post 11 Sep 11

    hi
    I am experienced with linux as an end user on the desktop and laptop platforms.
    I want to explore linux more thoroughly because with in 6 months I want to use it as my primary OS.
    I also have an idea for a business project that could very well use linux in an embedded form which brings me to my next question
    Where would I place the post posing such a question so that it gets into the right hands and minds to possibly help me
    I just want to make sure I do not post in the wrong area
    My idea is involving an embedded OS device to monitor web traffic from a DSL or cable jack in a home
    Something like a hacked router or switch might work for R and D
    let me know what you think
    I shall check back frequently
    thanks

  • hammerhead8599
    RE: lilo issues in slampp
    this may seem like a dumb question but doesn't the video or graphics adapter handle the same job in a live dvd boot? I can run from a live dvd just fine but the lilo config is giving problems sorry I am a WINtard trying to mend my ways
    Link to this post 17 Mar 11

    this may seem like a dumb question but doesn't the video or graphics adapter handle the same job in a live dvd boot?
    I can run from a live dvd just fine but the lilo config is giving problems
    sorry I am a WINtard trying to mend my ways

  • hammerhead8599
    lilo issues in slampp
    I am trying slampp and have run into issues configuring lilo. the zenwalk file installer completes then when it takes me to configure lilo I do everything as expected but I keep getting an installation failure I check the log file and all it refers to is a "splash bitmap" the last line on the report says "fatal: unsupported bitmap" if someone could give me an idea or a work around I would greatly appreciate it thank you SS
    Link to this post 16 Mar 11

    I am trying slampp and have run into issues configuring lilo.
    the zenwalk file installer completes then when it takes me to configure lilo I do everything as expected but I keep getting an installation failure
    I check the log file and all it refers to is a "splash bitmap"
    the last line on the report says "fatal: unsupported bitmap"
    if someone could give me an idea or a work around I would greatly appreciate it
    thank you
    SS

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