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Download linux.inf driver

Right click the link below, save and unzip to a folder of your choice.

http://bugcommunity.com/downloads/linux.inf.zip


Add New Hardware

  1. Turn BUG on by sliding the On/Off switch to the left. The switch will slide back and BUG will boot up. You will see the base buttons and LCD light up.
  2. Plug BUG into your Windows PC via the USB cable.
  3. Select the 'No, not this time' radio button.
  4. Select Next.
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  6. If you are connected to the internet, Windows will attempt to locate a driver online at Windows Update. Failing to find one, Windows will prompt you with the window below. Select the 'Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)' radio button.
  7. Select Next.
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  9. Select the 'Search for the best driver in these locations' radio button.
  10. Select the 'Include this location in the search:' checkbox.
  11. Using the Browse button, locate the desktop. (C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop), or whatever folder you unzipped the driver to.
  12. Select Next.
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  14. Select 'Continue Anyway'.
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  16. Please wait while the wizard installs the software...
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  18. Windows will confirm the driver installation was successful. Select 'Finish'.
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Configuring the Connection

  1. After installing the driver, go to Control Panel > Network Connections and you will have a new network device ("Local Area Connection #"). We suggest renaming the connection to 'BUG' or something similar.
  2. Double-click on the newly named connection.
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  4. Select Properties.
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  6. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
  7. Select Properties.
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  9. Select the 'Use the following IP address' radio button.
  10. In the 'IP Address' form field, enter 10.10.10.1
  11. In the 'Subnet mask' form field enter 255.255.255.0
  12. Leave the remaining fields empty and select OK.
  13. Close the Properties windows.
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Next: Putting It All Together