I’m trying to get a Linksys USB10T USB Ethernet Adapter working with
QNX 6.1 but not having any luck, but I suspect I’m missing some
critical step. From the QNX Doc and USB and Network DDK docs I’ve
gathered that first I have to start the usb device manager devu-uhci,
then if io-net is already running I should use the mount command to
load the pegasus driver like this:
mount -T io-net devn-pegasus.so
mount -T io-net -o if=en1:192.168.1 npm-ttcpip.so
I already have a pci ethernet card in this machine that works so the
usb ethernet should be en1 but io-net will not create the device.
Am I doing something wrong or does the Linksys USB10T (Pegasus II
chipset) just not work with the devn-pegasus.so driver? The hardware
compatibility list only lists the SMC 2202USB/ETH as tested, are there
any’unofficially’ supported USB ethernet adapters besides the SMC one?