There are plenty of how-tos out there, a mish mash of them got my box
connecting to the modem in my e51 over bluetooth.
What have you tired, what's failed...
On 14/06/2008, Gerard Cunningham <glenrambler at eircom.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-04-09 at 20:56 +0100, Gerard Cunningham wrote:
>>> After almost three years, I'm still a complete newbie when it comes to
>> Linux, happy enough to use it on the desktop at home, but unwilling to
>> take it on the road with my laptop.
>>>> Is there anything in here I can use to get Linux to work with my O2 usb
>> dongle on my laptop? [currently running ubuntu, but willing to change if
>> it helps]
>> I'm still at a loss to get the O2 dongle (a Huawei E270) to talk to
> Ubuntu HH. Anyone want to take a go at holding my hand and guiding me
> through the process in idiot-proof steps? There's a pint or three in it
> for the helper at the first Linux get-together I can make it to.
>> yrs cluelessly
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