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Aug
23
comment How to access an SD card from a virtual machine?
I had the same issue. The solutions below did work for me but were to inflexible. I ended up investing in a "USB Micro SD reader" which shows up by default in the virtual machine. This allowed me to plug and unplug the card without additional actions. Just another perspective on the solution
Aug
23
comment How to access an SD card from a virtual machine?
In case you're trying to get this with cygwin watch for the escape characters. I didn't get the correct cygwin solution but noticed that the command that works in cmd doesn't work in cygwin.
Sep
24
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Dec
19
comment Ethernet to USB adapter vs USB Ethernet card?
Thank you for pointing it out. I was considering them as cards because of the large price difference. For example, this one is refereed to as a card ebay.com/itm/…. But I've seen them costing 4X more.
Dec
19
comment Ethernet to USB adapter vs USB Ethernet card?
I was thinking the 'usb network card' would use a generic USB host driver (or a proprietary driver) where in the adapter situation the usbnet driver (this is for Linux)?
Dec
19
asked Ethernet to USB adapter vs USB Ethernet card?
Dec
16
accepted Same IP on two NICs?
Dec
16
comment Same IP on two NICs?
the kernel does not accept to have two interfaces with the same address Do you have a reference on that? I ask because arp -n has an Iface field. Tnx for the link local, didn't know about that.
Dec
16
comment Same IP on two NICs?
@Envite I could, but that's not the point. I'm tiring to find out if it will be a problem if the IP become the same on both interfaces, and if so, why would it be a problem.
Dec
16
comment Same IP on two NICs?
@Envite No, that's the point. I can connect to different subnets and get different IP's on eth0 and I wouldn't want that to mess up the connection with the device on eth1.
Dec
16
asked Same IP on two NICs?
Oct
3
comment How to retain a unique IP on a client with a static IP in a DHCP subnet?
Another answer occurred which is different from yours. I will wait and see till new insights come up.
Oct
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Oct
2
reviewed Approve How to retain a unique IP on a client with a static IP in a DHCP subnet?
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asked How to retain a unique IP on a client with a static IP in a DHCP subnet?
Sep
21
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Sep
21
asked Is it possible for a router to act as a wireless switch?
Aug
17
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