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Old 11-17-2010, 04:26 AM   #1
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Unhappy How to use BSNL Data Card(Mobi Data 0x1c9e:0xf000) in Fedora 13

I used usb_modeswitch but the result was

"No default vendor/product found."

But usbmod_switch.conf file has all the vendor & product id contained in it.

And modeprobe is also not effective.

Even Sakis3g script fails to switch my datacard into modem.
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Did you search Google with the following keywords:
BSNL Data Card linux
and look up the first two articles that come up ?


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