Re: Regression regarding 0af0:7211 from NM-0.7.0 to NM-0.7.1-rc1

On Sun, 2009-02-22 at 15:07 +0000, Kenneth Mokkelbost wrote: 
> Hi,
> The in-built Option 3G card in Acer Aspire One is not working in NM-0.7.1rc1. In NM-0.7.0 i did. The card uses the hso driver.
> I've tested this with both the NM-build in the latest daily Ubuntu live-cd, and with a locally compiled 0.7.1-rc1 with the same result.
> I've attached some logs I think is relevant from both the latest live-cd (containing  0.7.1-rc1) and the latest live-cd that contained 0.7.0. lsusb and lshal is identical between versions with regards to the device.

The logs indicate that NM found the Option card.  But there are a few
issues here:

1) It's being detected from HAL capabilities, not the built-in prober,
which is what I'd expect.  What's the output of:

udevinfo --query=env --path=/sys/class/tty/ttyHS0
udevinfo --query=env --path=/sys/class/tty/ttyHS1
udevinfo --query=env --path=/sys/class/tty/ttyHS2
udevinfo --query=env --path=/sys/class/tty/ttyHS3

2) Looks like it's using the wrong serial port, which is a problem in
the HAL .fdi configuration, but shouldn't be a problem with 0.7.1rc1.
Can you supply the output of the following commands?

cat /sys/class/tty/ttyHS0/hsotype
cat /sys/class/tty/ttyHS1/hsotype
cat /sys/class/tty/ttyHS2/hsotype
cat /sys/class/tty/ttyHS3/hsotype

3) What version of udev is the latest livecd running?

4) Which of these do you have?


and what do they contain?

5) Also, is the problem that the modem doesn't *show up*, or that it
cannot actually connect?  The logs you provided for NM 0.7.1rc1 don't
show a connection attempt, while the logs from 0.7.0 do.  Next, the
0.7.0 logs show the is being used, which is exceptionally odd for 'hso'
devices, because the driver is written specifically to avoid PPP but
instead use a network device for better throughput.  So NM in 0.7.0
shouldn't even be using PPP at all.

Let me know!

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