On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 10:04:59AM +0000, Declan Moriarty mentioned:
> Which means (guessing wildly again) that the card services decided it's not
> set up to run anything, and went home in disgust. There is a HOWTO if you
> enjoy masochism, and a linux-laptop list run from vger.kernel.org. My laptop
> died up so I kind of lost interest in this stuff awhile back.
Running the card manager software fixed this sort of problem. I spent
another few hours, let paul have a bash at it...and then he noticed on the
web that Orange were selling cheaper, operator-locked card phones.
Guess which was bought for us to play with. Bah. And of course, it didn't
have Roaming enabled when we did put on the orange card (bought in the
Nothing is ever easy.
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