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Well, in the end it really would be just a file on a USB drive of
any sort. Freedombox might include a small one so that you have
everything you need to get started. However, you could for
instance attach an Android (or other OS) phone or tablet in USB
drive mode, and then use an app to configure things.<br>
can read files, but not write them. You can't use the freedombox,
because it won't be on the network yet, because the point of this
whole process is to get the initial network configuration to a
On 03/16/2011 07:38 PM, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:20110316233809.GI24864@jones.dk" type="cite">On
Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 07:04:26PM -0400, Joseph Annino wrote:
<blockquote type="cite">[...] use a usb dongle to automatically
configure and pair [...]
Could it be relaxed to be a file, possibly on a USB device?
Reason I ask is that then not a desktop PC is required but many
more style computers, including various smartphones and diskless
environments might be usable as well - if only they were able to
consume that file and do with it what was necessary.
...and "do with it what was necessary" could perhaps be
offered on that USB stick, again to widen the usable computing
most modern smartphones etc.
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