Talk:Ethernet over USB
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|Preferred distro to connect to nanonote?||1||06:41, 25 December 2011|
 Changes to ben-net.sh
On my system which runs Trisquel (based on Ubuntu) I had to make the following changes to ben-net.sh:
if (/usr/bin/lsusb -t -d "0525:a4a1"); then
if ( /usr/bin/lsusb -t -d "0525:a4a1" ); then
if !( /usr/sbin/iptables -L | grep $GATEWAY_IF ); then
if !( /sbin/iptables -L -t nat -v | grep $GATEWAY_IF ); then
The first change was mostly cosmetic but may cause problems on some shells that require spacing.
The second change was necessary. Without it the script kept adding rules to the nat table as the nat table is not listed with just the -L option, also without the -v option the interface is not shown, and so we have the same problem of multiple rules being added. It should also be noted that even on a system where the -L option alone listed both the nat table and showed the interface you'd probably want to add the -n option to speed things up by avoiding the DNS look-ups.
Also if you are cutting and pasting from the web site use an editor with highlighting. I had to retype two of the "if" statements to get then to be parsed correctly. (must be some odd/hidden characters or something)
Hope this helps anyone having difficulties. Much thanks to the original poster. Saved me much time.
When I first got my nanonote, the ethernet over USB worked fine with Ubuntu/Linux Mint by following the instructions given. However, after an upgrade I found this would no longer work... hoped it would be fixed in the next release and gave up on the idea once I realised it wasn't. I was tinkering with some old hardware the other day and following a similar method trying to get my ancient machine online over a serial connection and again the forwarding didn't seem to be working. So my question is: What distro are you guys using? Anyone had similar trouble with Ubuntu/Ubuntu-based distros and fixed it?
Thanks in advance...