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Old 11-18-2012, 08:05 AM   #41
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(I'm guessing that the "d" at the end of "telnetd" means driver. At first I thought it was a typo.)
d == daemon
What Windows users call a "service".

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Anyway, a lot of what I used to know about UNIX and LINUX came back to me, but it was frustrating. I now have the usbnet set up and can ssh to it. I get a read only connection with instructions about what to invoke to make it writable, but just typing in 'idme ?' at the hash prompt I get something like the following:

- - -

The serial number is made up of course, but it's the same format. The board id is what it is, so it's probably more like a model number than a unique ID. There's no pcb serial number or accelerometer offset string, and I don't really know what those are. Maybe it's a secret.

I guess now the objective is to change something.
You just showed that the idme utility is working, use that to change things.
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