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Old 08-08-2006, 02:39 AM   #1
D3javu
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usb-infrared ma880 , ma-620 supported?


Hello guys,
I'm thinking of using gprs connection on my linux. I've searched local stores and found two usb-ir , which is ma-880 and ma-620 , nothing else. So i've googled to check what chipsets are they using. But i'm quite not sure they using what chipset and whether they are supported or is it possible to use them on linux? So anyone who are success in using any of it or anyone who knows about it please do tell me. If either one is compatible with linux , i'm gonna grab one. My os is Yoper2.1 and samsung v200 phone. Thank you.

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