On Wed, 8 Aug 2012 09:29:01 +0200, "ldries46" <bertus.dr...
>I do have a home network of several computers. Till now they all run a
>version of Windows.
>For that network I have Belkin f5l009 Network USB server. Lately I
>incorporated a Unbuntu system in my network. That system does not see the
>serverProbably because it has no software to do so. Belkin just produces
>only Windows software.
>Is there anyone who can tell me where to find Linux software for this
>The Belkin f5l009 is a simple device with 5 ESB ports and one network port.
>Via the software I can choose which device to souple with a virtual USB port
>on my computer. Printers can be shared.
I wish I had experience with this so I could help you more fully...
But, Windows does offer support for Linux systems connected to a
I think it is a version of Apache, but I am not sure.
That said, I would suggest going over to Windows Support and searching
for solutions there. This is a common support problem, and you should
find some answers there.
Also, IF Apache is the answer (or some other system), a version should
be available through the Open Source Project for Linux. So, a search
with Linux & Windows 7 as keywords might generate some resources.