3G-device for fedora 11?

Joerg Bergmann email at jbergmann.de
Sun Jul 26 05:45:04 UTC 2009

Am 26.07.2009 07:30, schrieb Thomas Cameron:
> On 07/26/2009 12:22 AM, Joerg Bergmann wrote:
>> Am 17.07.2009 15:15, schrieb David Timms:
>>> On 07/17/2009 08:24 PM, Joerg Bergmann wrote:
>>>> I want to make my thinkpad T40 G3-enabled. It has a
>>>> CardBus slot, USB is available too. Any suggestion for
>>>> a fedora 11-friendly device? HSDPA/HSUPA should be possible.
>>> The couple of different ones I'v tried have pretty well just worked with
>>> network manager (Mobile Broadband|add).
>>> Eg: who are we (Huawei).
>> So now my question again: I have testet a Novatel MC950D
>> (vendor ID 4400, product ID 5010) and a Huawei E220/E270
>> (vendor ID 12d1, product ID 1003), checking Network Manager
>> as well as the vodafone-mobile-connect-card-driver-for-linux
>> GUI, and nothing of them worked in Fedora 11. So which
>> device (product ID please) do you suggest???
> Dunno if it's an option for you, but I use a Verizon PC5750 PCMCIA card
> and it Just Works(TM).
Seems not to be available in Germany, even Ebay does not
have it. So further suggestions? An USB-Stick would be fine...


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