192.168.7.2 is the IP address used by the USB-network-device emulation which is part of the Linux USB dongle driver. For that you will need the USB plugged into your computer (if not using dongle mode, you can power it from any USB power adapter), and the right drivers installed on the computer. It is not used with the Ethernet jack, that uses DHCP to request an address appropriate for your network. Unfortunately, the address chosen isn’t printed on the desktop. However you can still figure it out by running port scanner tools for port 22 (ssh) or looking at DHCP server logs.
great, http works.
Now I must figure out why ssh dont work, and set a static adress.
I heard this word of mouth, but could be easily checked by mounting the card in another linux system and checking.
Great, http works.
Now i must figure out why ssh dont work