Please help me ask a question on the Ubuntu site
a.papp at uqconnect.net
Mon Jun 29 00:17:38 BST 2009
I will try these links. I will let you know how I go.
From: David Fawcett [mailto:omniwoof at gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, 28 June 2009 11:14 PM
To: Abramo Papp
Cc: ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: Please help me ask a question on the Ubuntu site
I wish I had a solution to your problem but I don't know how to install a
Telstra USB wireless modem on Ubuntu, and I've tested creating a new thread
Can I suggest another popular way of getting support is to use IRC?
Another is here: http://ubuntuforums.org
And please don't worry about being verbose. More information is almost
always preferable to less information.
On a side note I'm very pleased to hear that you are still trying to stick
with Ubuntu even though you have had these problems getting support.
I wish you the best of luck.
PS: It's a different model but perhaps this thread will get you started?
On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 9:10 PM, Abramo Papp <a.papp at uqconnect.net> wrote:
I've decided to take the plunge into Ubuntu but I have come accross an
I have a new Asus eeepc notebook and connect to the internet using a
broadband wirless modem (Sierra Wireless USB 308 modem). It obvously
with my Windows XP, but it is not recognised by Ubuntu 9.04. I have
manually configure it using the Ubuntu documentation but it still does
get recognised. I have searched the Sierra Wireless website and have
downloaded drivers and instructions, but the 'make' command ends in
I have read many questions and answers on the
web site and none seem to offer any help. I have tried on two occassions
ask my own question. I got to the point where I entered a summary line,
I can't seem to get any further. I must say it is very difficult for a
novice to find the question page and add any detail. I have screen
all the termianl window commands etc. which would make sense to a linux
Sorry about the verbose explanation, but I want you to know I have tried
best I can to follow the Ubuntu protocol to find an answer. I was a Unix
system administrator (DEc Ultrix) several life-times ago, now I simply
to use anything but Microsoft or Apple operating systems. I hope you can
point me in the right direction.
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