Re: SMS sending error with Telit module

On Mon, 2013-05-06 at 12:39 -0500, Dan Williams wrote:
On Mon, 2013-05-06 at 10:08 +0200, Enrico Murador - Research &
Development - CET wrote:
Is there a PPA for Quantal with the new Telit code? Should I use the 
Marius Kotsbak's PPA?

I don't think you can use the PPA as I don't think it builds from the
telit-plugin branch.  I've poked Marius to see if he can build something
from that branch for you.

Apparently Launchpad can't build from git branches, so I just merged the
plugin to git master.  Check out Marius' PPA latest builds which should
include the "telit" plugin.  Please let me know if this works for your
device, eg if it always picks the correct dial port.  If not, then grab
the --debug logs like we've been doing and we'll figure it out.




On 02/05/2013 11:41, Enrico Murador - Research & Development - CET wrote:
Sorry for delay... Yes, I hope next week I can try it.
Thank you

On 26/04/2013 19:54, Dan Williams wrote:
On Tue, 2013-04-23 at 08:51 -0500, Dan Williams wrote:
On Wed, 2013-04-17 at 09:54 +0200, Enrico Murador - Research &
Development - CET wrote:
Ok. Problem is that I think I can't get more information regarding
Windows drivers (even if I manage to get the sources, I suppose I can't
freely publish the content). Now I'm trying to look for anything useful
in the list of available AT commands.
Probably I'll have to stick with info that I already have... that should
not be a problem, if I could "patch" (maybe writing udev rules by
myself?) MM to work with my model only.
I agree that a more complete solution is the way to go, but now I have a
system that is essentially not working, so one "half" solution would be
better than nothing.

So, how can I do? Is there a way for me to "customize" MM port detection
for my UC864E module?
I've pushed a dcbw/telit-plugin branch that includes the appropriate
udev rules, and a first attempt at access technology checking based on
some Telit documentation that I found.  Is there a chance you can try
this branch and see if it works reliably for your device?
Enrico, any chance you've been able to test this branch out?

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