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Old 06-24-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Question T Mobile & Linux Lite

I have just purchased ACER ONE ASPIRE and a T Mobile Broadband USB Stick 110 but cannot load T Mobile software to netbook.

Any help is appreciated.
Old 06-24-2009, 01:20 PM   #2
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We need to know:
1] What distro of linux are you running ?
2] More about the "T Mobile Broadband USB Stick 110"
Please plug it in and then tell us the output of lsusb in a terminal

I just did a search and it looks as though "T Mobile Broadband USB Stick 110" = Huawei E220
Support is built-in for most linux distros now, but here is a link to how to get it working with an Asus EEE:

You may find better links by using these search terms ACER ONE ASPIRE Huawei E220 with your favourite search engine.

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