where to get NOKIA 6300 drive for redhat for gnokii configuration
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Gnokii doesn't actually have drivers as such, you simply setup your specific phone in the configuration file. The configuration for the Nokia 6300 can be found on the Gnokii Wiki.
If you are asking about drivers for the physical interconnect of the PC and the phone, then that is another story. The method would depend on how you are connecting, are you using USB, serial, IR, or Bluetooth?
Hi, i have the same case with rawand but i have nokia 3110c which i think supports AT commands. I installed everything like gnokii, gnocky and configured the gnokiirc under fedora 12. But still they can't recognize the my fone. They said they couldn't open Phonet. and can't even read the root/.gnokiirc. I tried copying the /etc/gnokiirc from /home/monette/ still error in initialization:1 and same error nothing has changed.
I tried so many times to search in google for at least manual on how to configure gnokiirc. how to use it but i can't find one. AS a new user of fedora and open source i find it difficult to start unless i have the tutorial. Can someone have a patient guiding me on this? i tried executing gnokii --identify, yet it says command failed. Please tell me what to do. My fone is working fine ...
I think you should go directional to the authorizes shop where you get NOKIA 6300 drive for redhat for gnokii configuration . Such Nokia or Red Hat . This may help you to find the drive for your phones may imstell for ther.