On 8/23/06, Dj <dj193 at eircom.net> wrote:
> What (if anything) did you have to do to get the 3G card working in
> Linux. I've been considering getting one, but haven't seen many good
> reports on the Linux compatibility. What distro, etc are you using it with.
For proprietary application reasons, I'm windows on mobile, and for my
linux desktop I just ran good auld tcp/ip into the router.... sorry
can't help you with the linux config except to say that the Voda team
have successfully ported their connection utility to OSX and a mate of
mine is running it find off that.
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