How is Mint configured for the modem? Is it NetworkManager Applet?
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2009/7/8 Brian Fitzpatrick <bfitzp9 at hotmail.com>:
>> Hi, I've been using Linux Mint for the last few days and it's been excellent, this is my first time using Linux.
> However I ran into a problem today. I was ftping some files up to my
> site when the connection went down. I'm using a 3 mobile broadband
> modem. I couldn't get the connection back so I rebooted into windows
> and checked the modem and it was working fine, I could connect to the
> net in windows.
>>>> But I have been unable to get a connection in Linux Mint since, when I
> try to connect I can see the lights changing on the modem so I know the
> operating system is 'talking' to the modem, it just won't make the
>>>> Anyone got any ideas what ould be wrong or what I could do to go about finding the cause of the problem?
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