Originally Posted by karthickannamalai
The modem is like a small box. I am running fedore core 6 linux. So when I connect the GSM to the USB port I can see it using the "dmesg" command. It says PL202 serial to USB converter attached to ttyUSB0. So I don't get any pop-up window.
My distribution of linux is text based and doesn't have the Synaptics I guess. So how can I check whether the GSM Modem is installed?
My Modem data:
Round Solutions TER-GX 105S
I look forward to your suggestions,
I'm very sorry to say that, based on your last infomation, I can't help you further :-(
First I don't know the brand of your GSM modem.
Here in Spain all the companies (Vodafone, Orange, Movistar and Telefonica) work with the same brand Hyunday(?) and for that modem Gcom is the perfect linux driver! Furthermore I'm using Ubuntu and have no idea how fedora text works. Ofcourse I have knowledge of Linux. I would advise you to 'google' with 'Howto get on internet with GSMmodem Round Solutions TER-GX 105S and operating system Fedora'. Than SKYPE can contact you with the GSM-mobile of your friend!
Again I'm sorry and wish you success! Ype