I fixed it.
The documentation on http://bit.blkbk.com/
/etc/network/interfaces - set for your local IP addresses
But if you set your local IP it does not work. Follow the directions on Edís Debian site located here. http://xbox-linux.sourceforge.net/docs/how...owtodebian.html
----From his site---
Changing TCP/IP network settings
By default, the IP address of your Linux installation is 192.168.0.2. The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. You can change these and other important TCP/IP network settings (such as the default gateway) by editing the text file
For example, to do this in nanoyou would type
nano -wz interfaces
If you would like to configure your Xbox for DHCP (automatically getting the IP address and other TCP/IP networking settings from a DHCP server), ensure that it reads
iface eth0 inet dhcp
there and not
iface eth0 inet static.
The DNS server and your domain name are defined in a file called
You can edit this file the same way as described above.
By the way if anyone still knows the answerer to the caller ID question. Please contact me