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Old 08-31-2009, 10:55 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of a linux os that will load VodaFone mobile net

Hi Guys

Does anyone know of a linux os that will load Vodafone mobile net

i have tried alot off distros to see which one was the best for it

ubuntu 9.04 was the only one that picked it up straight away but i prefer kde gui then gnome

tried kubuntu but picks up device but can not connect

there must be another one out there

could someone help

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This not yet a property of the OS, but the package needed is to new for a distribution to include it for only a few users. You will need to install the driver (or maybe even have to build the driver from downloaded software) The project hosted at:


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