Jonathan Moerman wrote:
I tried with ssh to log in:
192.168.0.200 doesn't accept my password. (usb0)
192.168.1.107 does. (wifi)
169.254.9.78 does accept it too (usb0:avahi)
can i use usb0:avahi?
did you set a root passwd?(or just a user passwd) from the root-terminal? do you have any other usb network?
if you have a terminal inside the a5it stop and restart the network un g_ether by issuing
ifdown usb0 then ifup usb0 and it should reconnect
the laptop needs to be connected to the internet unless you have a dhcp-server running on your laptop(doubtful)
the device will never get an ip from dhcp, (see requirements)
*the 169.244.X.X is what i call an "automatic didn't connect address"
wifi needs to be offline on the a5it and the connection should be piped directly through dhcp(data corruption, and unreliable download to the device)
if 192.168.0.200 is what you set static and it accepts the password you set, then i guess you are taking the static route, (good luck) as for i couldn't get a reliable connection with a static connection, to my netbook, besides, i like the "auto-connect" feature since the a5it is the only cdc/usb0 adapter that plugs into it.
* if you log in and type hostname and followed my instructions it should come back with archos5it as a response
when you log in check the network like the instructions say, no internet=no install
*the avahi-daemon is for windos/samba users i dont use it and usually disable and/or remove it for performance
its a waste of cpuclocks and ram for me, and uses an abundant amount of both... sorry I cant answer that question.