In Unix it was easy to use networking devices. It would automatically generate it's own drivers by querying the device for it's commands and just using what it found. In Shrike 9 it's a little harder. That and I can't really remember how to do that since it's been almost 11 years since I've had to use a shell command prompt. The question is this. Do any of you shell users out there know how to configure a USB device that has no driver per say? There used to be a way. Does it still exist?