Re: usb0 interface with NetworkManager 0.9

I don't understand.
I can "ssh" from the PC to the N900 via usb0 interface. Is it called 
"actual networking"?

On Thu 15 Dec 2011 12:12:22 AM, Dan Williams wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-12-13 at 22:43 +0700, Nguyễn Hồng Quân wrote:
>> Hello
>> I connect Nokia N900 to my PC via USB cable, with the usb0 interface is
>> up on the phone side.
>> Under Ubuntu 11.04, the NetworkManager (v0.8) automatically handle the
>> usb0 interface and makes it up. However, under Ubuntu 11.10, it (v0.9)
>> does not. I have to do manually.
>> Is there a way to make the NetworkManager in Ubuntu 11.10 works as in
>> Ubuntu 11.04
> Have you modified the N900 to make the usb0 interface an actual network
> interface?  The usb0 interface is normally a phonet-controlled interface
> that cannot be used for actual networking.  ModemManager doesn't speak
> phonet yet, so the usb0 interface isn't usable and never was.  Unless
> you install a hack on the N900 that might provide it as a network
> interface.
> Dan

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