I've used it on RHEL4, RHEL5, Fedora (core) 6 / 7 without any hassles for
the most part. Initially I used a PCMCIA card, which worked very easily.
The new style O2 ones, which are a USB device are a little more difficult,
and best to be avoided (but they can work). I'm not using an on-board one
in a Dell D430 which works out of the box on F7.
If there's anything in particular I can help with, let me know!
On Mon, 17 Sep 2007 thomas at tblogs.net wrote:
> Hey, just got a spare PC that i was going to setup as a linux router. I
> however am not sure that the 3g usb modem will work with linux (ubuntu),
> does anyone have tips or maybe ideas or even tried this before??
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