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Old 05-17-2013, 12:55 AM   #1
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VLocity 7 not recognizing my Huawei E353 dongle broadband mobile device


And my question is:
has anyone had this problem and if so, could you benefit me with the fruit of your hard-earned experience.

The network manager in VL reports: No wireless interfaces found and, unlike with slackware, my recent love, there doesn't seem to be service that pops up, smiles, shakes your hand and says, amiably, sunnily: Well, hello sir, you seem to have a huawei E353 jutting out the side of your box; how 'bout we git you a little connection to the internet"

Thx in anticipation,
Tex
 
Old 05-18-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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This is not a wireless, so this is not a setup which can be done by networkmanmager.
Look at http://ilmoita.net/mot/?p=177
install usb_modeswitch, usb_serial, wvdial.. (adapt to your distro).
Im personally using my huawei modem with command lines under tinycorelinux
"sudo usb_modeswitch ..."
"sudo wvdial xxx" "sudo wvdial yyy" look here and adapt http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index....html#msg61207
 
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:37 AM   #3
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This is not a wireless, so this is not a setup which can be done by networkmanmager.
Look at http://ilmoita.net/mot/?p=177
install usb_modeswitch, usb_serial, wvdial.. (adapt to your distro).
Im personally using my huawei modem with command lines under tinycorelinux
"sudo usb_modeswitch ..."
"sudo wvdial xxx" "sudo wvdial yyy" look here and adapt http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index....html#msg61207
Danke scheune, Floppy.
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