[SOLVED] Vodaphone Huawei K3520 wireless broadband driver download for Ubuntu?
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I think it got fixed in a kernel update or something because a fresh re-install of Ubuntu made the thing work. I didn't even have to unmount the strange little storage thing it contains and seems to think is the main reason for buying a usb-wireless dongle *sighs*. I had spent £40 on getting the Ubuntu repositories on Dvd's and 'borrowed' a wireless dongle that i found i could get to work on my regular machine so when i got to the boat i was completely ready but then it turned out to be sooo easy lol. Anyway the point is it worked exactly as it was supposed to with 'just' a fresh install of Ubuntu 9.04.
Lol, £40 isn't so bad compared to a Windows licence and it's good to give something back to the community. Hopefully i will find some use for the repos. Maybe help someone else to get ubuntu installed without good broadband access. Perhaps my dad might start using ubuntu a bit more and explore installing things from the Cd's rather than using up his 3Gb/month limit, who knows? As stated the £40 did ensure that i could get wireless working and it is working, so it's job is done