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Old 10-20-2010, 04:02 AM   #1
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Hello Friends,

I am quite new in dd area.
I have to develop a device driver for USB-3G GSM device (Huawei). This will be used for ARM9.
What are the steps for development.
For ARM board do I also need ppp/wvdial daemon in order to dial ?

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If this device something liek a 3G/GSM modem, then you probably do not have to write a driver: basic functions should just work. pppd will be essential, wvdial will make pppd usage easier.


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