I'm having some trouble connecting via telnet from my Linux Box to my Z6.
When connecting from Windows XP, telnet ist working like a charm.
Under Linux i tried anything i could think of.
I set the IP adress of the USB0 interface to 192.168.16.1and even tried getting an adress with DHCP (I read somewhere that another Moto Phone had an DHCP-Daemon running) and set the route with "route add 192.168.16.2 dev usb0" - to no avail.
My linux box is running Archlinux with a 220.127.116.11 kernel (non-vanilla), usbnet-, zaurus- and cdc_ether-modules are all built and loaded.
The Phone is a Motorola Z6 running WK Tools 2.8 on top of R60_G_80.33.44R.
Any help is greatly appreciated
I just found a solution that works for me.
Apparently the Z6 doesn't automatically set IP for usbl0, but is waiting for a DHCP lease.
I just wrote a shell script which sets the IP adress when run on the phone.
This is the script:
After running the script with zLauncher and setting up usb0 on my Linux Box, i can finally telnet and ftp to my phone.
busybox killall inetd
mount -t devpts devpts /dev/pts
ifconfig usbl0 192.168.16.2 netmask 255.255.255.248
I hope this is helpful for anyone who's having a problem connecting to the phone.