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    Gigabyte MD800 3G/gsm/CDMA MODEM

    Code:
    [~]$ man insmod
    {...}
    DESCRIPTION
           insmod  is a trivial program to insert a module into the kernel: if the
           filename is a hyphen, the module is taken  from  standard  input.  Most
           users will want to use modprobe(8) instead, which is more clever.
    {...}
    Thanks for the info
    Posted 09-16-2013 at 02:25 PM by jamison20000e jamison20000e is offline
    Updated 09-16-2013 at 02:35 PM by jamison20000e
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    Gigabyte MD800 3G/gsm/CDMA MODEM

    Hi glue,

    I came across your blog and found it quite interesting. I am currently self studying my LPIC1 exams and trying to learn as much about Linux as possible.


    I would just like to make sure i understand what i am reading. Could the same procedure be used with the
    Quote:
    insmod
    command.

    Thanks
    Marios
    Posted 05-28-2013 at 04:16 AM by mariose mariose is offline
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    Gigabyte MD800 3G/gsm/CDMA MODEM

    Just an extra note for Debian/Ubuntu users. Right click on the network manager icon in the taskbar and select "edit connections" to add a connection for this modem.
    Then select "Mobile Broadband" and click on the "add" button.
    A connection wizard will then guide you through the process of adding a new mobile connection.

    This is valid for any 3G modem or cellphone that's connected via usb.
    Posted 11-26-2011 at 11:14 AM by qlue qlue is offline

  



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