[ubuntu-tn] internet solution for ubuntu

Adel Ben Zarrouk adel.benzarrouk at gmail.com
Lun 16 Avr 10:30:15 UTC 2012


Hi,

The below French Tutorial of orange 3g+ on linux ubuntu:

http://bekasoft.wordpress.com/2010/11/29/orange-3g-sous-linux/

Sorry for that, but you can still use google translate in Tunisia :)

Thanks

 --Adel

On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 11:22 AM, Ahmed Sghaier <ubuntu.ahmed at sghaier.com>wrote:

> We have tried 3G in south Tunisia twice. once with Orange 3G and the
> second with Tunisie Telecom 3G during the last Ubuntu Global Jam.
>
> Orange was the worst with a very low bandwidth speed and quality. Tunisie
> Telecom 3G is not so great but at least it works better than Orange.
>
> Concerning Ubuntu drivers for 3G dongles it works automaticall with Ubuntu
> 12.04. (a manual installation had to be done for 10.04, and I am not sure
> if other versions supports these dongles automatically or not)
>
> The installation Tutorial would work anyway ;)
>
> On Mon 16 Apr 2012 09:58:04 AM CET, elachecheanis at gmail.com wrote:
>
>> Hi Besma,
>>
>> +1 for the 3G connection, but if you will choose the Orange's service
>> don't purchase the E367 USB Stick, all the feedbacks said that there
>> is many problems with this model!
>>
>> If you'll choose TT, you will not find any problems (although it is a
>> E367 too)... And if you'll find a problem with it you can take a look
>> at this tutorial <http://ubuntiste-msakni.**legtux.org/node/15<http://ubuntiste-msakni.legtux.org/node/15>
>> >.
>>
>> 2012/4/16 hatem ounis <ounishatem at gmail.com <mailto:ounishatem at gmail.com
>> >>
>>
>>
>>    Salem,
>>
>>    I think a 3G connection is adapted to your case.
>>
>>    AFAIK there is two providers of that service, "Orange" & "Tunisie
>>    Telecom"
>>
>>    Both have a prepaid service that can last for a month or more.
>>
>>    Here is a link that could help
>>    http://www.tunisia.com/**telecommunications-tunisia<http://www.tunisia.com/telecommunications-tunisia>
>>
>>    If you have further questions, don't hesitate to ask.
>>
>>    On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 7:47 AM, Besma M'charek-Boussif
>>    <bmcharek at gmail.com <mailto:bmcharek at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>    > Salam,
>>    >
>>    > I am visiting Tunisia next month and will stay at my in laws.
>>    They live in
>>    > this new area with hardly any infrastructure such as Internet. I
>>    would like
>>    > to stay fully available for work and need a good enough mobile
>>    solution
>>    > I am wondering what a good temporary solution (I am talking
>>    about one week)
>>    > would be for ubuntu compatible mobile Internet in Tunisia (the
>>    south,
>>    > Zarzis).
>>    > Could anybody help me out? I would highly appreciate all input,
>>    thanks.
>>    >
>>    > --
>>    > Met vriendelijke groeten,
>>    > Besma M'charek Boussif
>>    >
>>    >
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