Hi !I can not use my 3g modem Olicard 155 from Olivetti because it is not detected in CentOS 6 (64 bits).I installed usb-modeswitch.I added a rule to /etc/udev/rules.d/ . I... [by wighou]
I am using modem for sending sms which has 15 ports. I want to make udev rule to give device name "AMPM" and to be detected on Port ttyusb 0-15 only. So I created 10-modem.rules in /etc/udev/rules.d/ directory. Its Contents are as follows.
I've posted this before and searched for the solution but still nothing.
I'm using a Lenovo G570 laptop installed with Ubuntu Precise Pangolin 12.04 64-bit beta2. The wireless modem that I use, Capitel CDMA EVDO 3G modem (device id - 1c9e:9e00) does not get detected in 12.04. Hence I cannot configure it from Network Manager.
I have Micromax 3G modem, and i inserted it in the USB port, but it is not being detected by Ubuntu 12.04, that i'm using from a Live USB. I tried creating a mobile internet connection, however, eventhough i created it, there is no option to connect. I had previously used 11.10 Ubuntu, and it had automatically detected the datastick modem and asked me to create a connection.
When I connect my 3G USB Modem to my laptop with 12.04, nothing shows up in Network-Manager. I tried method explained in 143989, but nothing worked out. My usb modem is being detected as USB MMC storage, similar to situation in that thread. Both option 1 (creating script) and connecting through wvdial has failed.
I originally posted to the Networking forum on this problem (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2131762), but after a lot of reads, and no replies, I'm beginning to think I've asked the wrong question.
So, I'll reframe the question differently...
What component (or components) in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS are responsible for calling the qcserial code when I boot up my Thinkpad?