August 19th, 7. If you need to reset your password, click here. A new device “ppp0” will be listed in list of networking hardware check this using “ifconfig” Step Attached scsi generic sg1 type 0 usb-storage: Cloudcentric I will try this and responed if it works later. Also check man resolv.
This means that the process has been successful, and as can be seen, the dongle is now identified as a GSM modem. This is pretty much just a Huawei E without the cable and an additional card reader.
Find More Posts by allend. This is roughly what I ilnux from lsmod and df. June 29, at HighSpeed Hub Bus Device Add your own nameservers there.
I tried Network manager after each line but the dialogue box for the device to use was always “greyed” out and would not linuc any change. October 16, at Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested. March 23, at 3: I would like to use my old Huawei E, because i can use a external antenna.
Is there anything I can do about this, e. Last edited by tix; at This bug affects 5 people.
Getting the Huawei E to work with Linux – Danis Blog
March 27, at 7: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Debian 9 StretchUbuntu Attached scsi generic sg2 type 5 [ Put the command in a script for later convenience. I get with wvdial liunx sakis3g for few seconds a connection. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I guess the trusty Nokia will handle that for the time being….
Hi Dani don’t know if you can linuux me but I have a Aspire One running Linux and have bought a E dongle, however I cant get it to work can you help me please? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: January 13, at 2: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Bug # ” [Lucid] Huawei USB Modem E does not work for un : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Linkx 28, at 7: Search blog Search for: No partition found 1 [ Email required Address never made public. I hate to see the common mwananchi getting taken advantage of!
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I noticed the other day that Safaricom now has some cheap ZTE ones… that might be a whole new can of worms. Too many applications depend on network-manager’s values and there’s e16 easy way to tell to the system that connection has been established without using network-manager.