On Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Nishit Dave <stargazer.dave(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
On 4 Oct 2013 19:50, "J T Dsouza"
> > > usb_modeswitch -W
> > > root@in1:~# lsusb
> > > Bus 001 Device 008: ID 2077:f000
> > > --
> yes. extracted from wheezy
> //# Telenet 3G dongle (T&W
> TargetVendor= 0x2077
> TargetProduct= 0x9000
First, try the full command line providing -v, -p, -V and -P options with
the ID pairs above.
tried that first.
The onboard "cdrom" has some a ubuntu driver which is a wcdma thingy.
to check what those ppp and wvdial scripts are
Don't use it...it will just create a bigger mess with different versions.
Which is why i did not spend much time on that. In any case I would be just
looking at what they are trying rather than install that
dongles had 2 devices the "cdrom" and the modem
This one mas a cdrom, a microsd slot and a modem.
This is standard.
So when you "eject" the
cdrom you get another /dev/sdx device.
Can anyone provide models nums of any gsm dongle working on linux.
The ones for my CDMA modem are 12d1:1446 and 12d1:140b.
Already have that huawei thing working quite some time back. But I now
I usually use a serial gsm modem, which avoids all of the above rubbish.
It would be a good idea to get the latest usb_modeswitch packages and
compile them yourself, even though Debian might not be
messing around with
the default package them like done by Ubuntu.
Yes i think i will do that.