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by jesuslovesyou101
05 Jul 2013, 04:59
Forum: Howtos
Topic: Using USB for Outside Line Connection
Replies: 9
Views: 14159

Re: Using USB for Outside Line Connection

Many of the build in services can be started and stopped from the web interface. Others can be started and stopped from the command line, ssh to your B3, become root and run #service yourservicename stop Thank you, I do not currently own a B3, and have never worked with any server before, so I am v...
by jesuslovesyou101
02 Jul 2013, 05:51
Forum: Howtos
Topic: Using USB for Outside Line Connection
Replies: 9
Views: 14159

Re: Using USB for Outside Line Connection

True, and the compiling thing is what I'm primarily not sure about, as idk if it has been recompiled, or if the commands " ./configure " and " make " are actually compiling it for the individual system. As that does make the largest difference. I'll see if I can actually contact the developers of th...
by jesuslovesyou101
02 Jul 2013, 04:00
Forum: Howtos
Topic: Using USB for Outside Line Connection
Replies: 9
Views: 14159

Re: Using USB for Outside Line Connection

Sorry @Binkem / Martijn, I should have specified before hand, I do not currently own a B3, as this kind of functionality (using an external USB modem / mobile device ) is a big deciding factor as to whether we will purchase it, so I need to learn as much as possible before making the 200 plus dollar...
by jesuslovesyou101
01 Jul 2013, 18:18
Forum: Howtos
Topic: Using USB for Outside Line Connection
Replies: 9
Views: 14159

Using USB for Outside Line Connection

Hello everyone. I'm brand new here. :-) I would like to learn if its possible to run a script on the B3 WiFi version (i.e. "sudo ./run.sh" ) That is written so that it will connect to a USB device and the script would supply the Internet connection? The script works perfectly on all my Linux machine...