Merciadri Luca wrote:
> No problem, I have already installed everything which is linked to my
> router, using its web interface. But, as I said at the top of this
> message, I do know how to *reach* its USB port.
I'd suppose the hard-drive is shared via CIFS (the Windows protocol for
sharing drivers, printers, etc), so it's accessible via SAMBA under Linux.
Try smbclient -L 192.168.0.1 to see a list of shares. Then you can mount
it with mount.cifs //192.168.0.1/share_name /some/local/directory
There are other tools for browsing and accessing SAMBA shares too, but I
don't know them well so I can't really recommend one.
Sometime when you least expect it, Love will tap you on the shoulder...
and ask you to move out of the way because it still isn't your turn.
-- N. V. Plyter
Eduardo M KALINOWSKI
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