Ahh Thank you that is what I was looking for. I am not there yet (to install USBnetwork), but eventually I probably will. Before I install it, I want to be comfortable and knowledgeable enough about it. No need to fall for the good old:
Don't do this, ever, unless you intend to be in for a surprise:[snip]
UPDATE: I am sorry for posting misleading information, meant no harm by it. It is dangerous to type ANY
commands in a shell (even the command line on Windows) that you are not familiar with. This is especially dangerous in a unix/linux environment as you have a lot of 2 letter commands that might look innocent all by themselves. For example: ln, ls, vi, mv, rm, su, cp, cd all have their uses, some with more devastating results than others if used incorrectly.