I seek a Linux-capable USB modem stick to work with Kubuntu 12.04 on my laptop. I have opened a mobile broadband account with Iprimus and they have sent me a HUAWEI Mobile Connect Model E160E HSDPA USB stick which works well with Windows and for a while did so also with Linux. But it now no longer does and from asking around I have gathered that this particular stick can be temperamental.
how do i install my usb stick in ubuntu 13.04 version ...............
when i used xp then after pluging the usb stick it atomatically begun to install software and installing proccess complete successfully but now i am using ubuntu 13.04 version and i plug in my usb stick but nothing is happing i don't know HOW TO INSTALL SOFTWARE OF THIS USB STICK IN UBUNT
I gave up trying to have my laptop's wireless card work properly, same for the wireless USB stick I bought without looking into it (both work with rtl drivers such as 8192cu, which no longer compile on my Ubuntu 13.10, anyways...)
I was wondering if anyone had a recommandation of a fine USB wireless stick that I could buy?
I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04. I am having a hard time connecting to the internet using my Sun Broadband Wireless. I installed the 64 bit version. I am from the Philippines. When I plug in my USB stick, it does not show up on the Network Manager/ no new connection can be detected.
I am trying to get my UK T-mobile Mobile Broadband ZTE usb stick 120 to work but am getting no joy at all has anyone got some info to install this and get it to work i am using the 64bit version of Ubuntu.