I have connected the device across the Apple machine.But now also the
interface is not coming up in TCP/IP panel.
I am using the USB Prober and Expert Log to view the logs and details abt
the device.Although at first the device is recognized with the correct
device and vendor id which was entered by editing the Sample,when the device
was turned off and then on ,the driver is not loading properly.
The error under Driver information un device properties is as follows:
"Unable to locate code fragment for deviceRef of 0x04813ad1"
Please give this problem a try and try to help us out.Bringing up the
interface is the main thing we r not getting any idea off.
Anticipating towards some help,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rich Kubota" <email@hidden>
To: "Arun Kumar" <email@hidden>; <email@hidden>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 9:45 PM
Subject: Re: problems with mac os 9
> At 4:02 PM +0530 10/13/04, Arun Kumar wrote:
> I am developing a driver for a cdc device for mac os 9.
> I have used the sample enet driver posted at Apple's web site.I used
> the usb prober and another utilities and found that it is getting
> detected and working.
> But I couldn't find any way to assign IP and other details to the new
> Is there any terminal program to assign ip or is there any gui for the
> I have done the same thing successfully in MAC OS X.I am very new to MAC
> Please do some help regarding this.
> Under Mac OS 9, the IP address is managed through the TCP/IP Control
> Panel. There is no Terminal Window nor is there an ifconfig call to
> configure the IP address. In the TCP/IP control panel, you select
> which interfce the system will use for IP communications as well as
> selecting the address mode - manual, DHCP, etc. Sounds like this is
> the GUI you are looking for.
> Rich Kubota
> (408) 974-6212
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