BSNL EVDO was India's first 3G wireless broadband service. I have been a fan of EV-DO for a long time. BSNL by default doesn't have any support for linux. In this howto, I will show two ways to configure BSNL EVDO USB modem on your Linux system - a Graphical method using Network Manager and other using wvdial.
I had been using BSNL old EVDO recently got a new device from BSNL which is produced by prithvi solutions and named as UE100. But its not able to install the device in linux ubuntu. Kindly help me to solve the issue. BSNL guys asked me to inform linux people so they will do needful to ensure easy connectivity.
Trilby wrote:The device or resource busy suggests one of two things (to me): either there is another network management process running, or the interface is not up.In either case, the next step is to disable any and all network management services, then follow the manual connection steps on the wireless page of the wiki - wpa_supplicant is not the first step.EDIT: I'm not suggesting that the
I am trying to connect bsnl wireless connection with ubuntu 9.04.Its not working.I haven't set any password for wifi.But if i use wired connection ubuntu automatically detecting it.How to connect wirelessy?Your suggestions are welcome
On an old hardware I'm not able to start Kubuntu 13.10
I was running 13.04 without issue then:
1st step : Upgrade to 13.10 by standard procedure is OK but after reboot the screen is black with label Kubuntu in white caracters and blue shadow
2nd step : New system installation from DVD on same Hard disk but other partitions (/ and /home) of Kubuntu 13.10.
As a part of this association, Champion Computers along with BSNL will shortly roll out a slew of BSNL co-branded products which include more smart phone models, tablets, PCs, data cards (dongles) and wireless networking products.
I am trying to use BSNL Teracom datacard (with Vodafone 3G SIM) with Kubuntu. Even after 5 minutes of use the data card becomes extremely hot whereas when it runs with Windows 7 (dual boot), I do not find this anomaly.