3g modem GBC PL68

O. Sinclair o.sinclair at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 21:14:21 BST 2010


Mark Greenwood wrote:
> On Tuesday 30 Mar 2010 09:42:10 O. Sinclair wrote:
>> Running Kubuntu Karmic with KDE 4.3 I have had some success in using 
>> KPPP to use 3G modems for internet. However, the above mentioned modem 
>> GBC PL68 supplied by our one and only 3G provider where I live is 
>> driving me around the bend. Has anyone had any success with said modem 
>> and can guide me?
>>
>> Best regards
>> Sinclair
>>
>>
> I don't have knowledge of that modem, but I know ubuntu kernels had issues with modems based on Huwaei chipsets - if your dmesg output includes any information that includes 'Huwaei' (I may have spelled that wrong) then you are probably out of luck. They are supposed to be fixed in Lucid.
> 
> Mark
> 
unfortunately this is not a Huawei, those are by now "wellknown" 
headaches. It some sort of unidentified chinese item sold by some 3g 
network providers. so far no luck whasoever. The issue is that if I 
"eject" it it does not get identified as a modem, it just returns as a 
scsi-drive "CD" again... drives me nuts as I NEED this to work for a 
client. Several of them actually...



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