Re: UMTS modem disappeared after upgrading to Ubuntu 10.04
- From: José Queiroz <zekkerj gmail com>
- To: networkmanager-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: UMTS modem disappeared after upgrading to Ubuntu 10.04
- Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 12:03:50 -0300
Did you installed usb-modeswitch? Ubuntu Lucid uses usb-modeswitch
1.1, which is ***very*** different from the version used in Lucid.
2010/5/22 Massimiliano Polito <massimiliano polito gmail com>:
> Dear all,
> I had some problems with Ubuntu 9.10 (I had to reboot several times
> before having the HSDPA modem working), I wrote to this list and you
> suggested me that I should open a bug on Lunchpad. I did it:
> It seemed that Ubuntu 10.04 had solved the problem. I upgraded to it
> and now my HSDPA modem has completely disappeared. I can see there is
> a modem in dmesg but both nm-tool and ifconfig doesn't show it at all.
> So I'm moved from a bad situation to a far worst one.
> I've asked for support on Ubuntu forum some weeks ago:
> I got ZERO replies.
> I wrote on Ubuntu Geek
> and the only help I got was "reinstal eveything". Obviously, I'm not
> going to reinstall everything, first of all because nobody can say for
> certain that this will solve the problem, and because if I have to
> install the OS from scratch I'm not going to install Ubuntu again, as
> I had only troubles with UMTS.
> What can I do before throwing my laptop out of the window :-) ?
> I'm not subscribed to this list, if you reply please keep
> massimiliano polito gmail com in CC. Thanks.
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