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libicd-network-usb ================== libicd-network-usb provides a network module for ICd2 that controls USB network devices. The network module will look up the interface index for a network interface named 'usb0'. The USB network interface is enabled by attaching an USB cable and selecting 'PC Suite mode'. The module will detect the presence of an USB network as long as the g_nokia kernel module is loaded. It will also work if the device is in host mode, has a USB ethernet dongle attached and proper kernel modules loaded for that ethernet dongle. When a network scan is performed by icd2, the USB network module will list all networks configured in GConf with of type 'USB', provided that the 'usb0' network interface is found. When a USB network is selected from the 'Select connection' dialog, the same check for 'usb0' will be performed and success reported to icd2. Thus the next network module, in this case libicd-network-ipv4 will be run, which then will attempt to configure an IPv4 address using DHCP by default. It is up to the other end - PC or real network - to provide the required DHCP server. For the USB nework to work, it needs to be added to GConf with: gconftool-2 -s -t string /system/osso/connectivity/IAP/<configname>/type USB gconftool-2 -s -t string /system/osso/connectivity/IAP/<configname>/name 'Usb network' Optionally it is possible to set the autoconnect flag with: gconftool-2 -s -t boolean /system/osso/connectivity/IAP/<configname>/autoconnect true libicd-network-ipv4 will work normally, i.e. use its IP configuration options from the same /system/osso/connectivity/IAP/<configname>/ GConf path. The connectivity UI seems to try to configure a WLAN network connection if the settings are edited in the control panel in Fremantle. IP address selection parameters are located behind the 'Advanced' button on the last page. After any editing via the UI please check that the network type is properly (re)set to 'USB' by using the command above. Any other WLAN configuration items left in GConf are ignored by the USB network module.