Originally Posted by toufiq_km
I am new to Linux (well almost!
) I have a dual boot system and use OpenSuse 10.2 along with WinXP (SP-2). I have a COMPUSA USB Bluetooth Adapter and Samsung SGH X630 mobile that supports EDGE support provided by my mobile operator (Grameen Phone, Bangladesh). I have the unlimited Internet facility. I used it in WinXP with Samsung PC Studio to browse the Internet, now I want to try it in Linux. How is this possible?
Here are the settings for every Grameen Accounts:
User Name: gpusr
Please help we with this
have u used wvdial to connect.and also tell wheather u want connection through usb cable or over bluetooth.
if u use usb cable then simply follow these steps.and one thing more
whenever u r in some problem in linux.dont suppose any software will
solve the problem(90%).Linux is very intelligent system and most problems can be solved easily after getting knowledge about how a particular software works.internet connectivity is not tough even without wvdial but
m using it here jst considering tht u seem knowing very little n too scared.
1.connect phone to usb
2.login as root and issue command wvdialconf(or sudo wvdialconf if on ubuntu)
it will scan ur system to find out any modem.if it is able to detect
modem go to next step otherwise post here.
3. edit /etc/wvdial.conf
replace username,password,phone and Init2.
save file and exit
4.issue command wvdial see thro messages n hope connection