I am running easy peasy on an Acer Aspire ONE, using a 3 mobile modem, it kicks my connection on a regular basis and does it completely at random, any clues as to the problem
on 10/27/2009 – Made popular on 10/27/2009
Hi,I have a 9 year old Acer Aspire 1362LC laptop which works fine with Crunchbang 32 stable except the 3G.I upgraded to the 3.2 kernel and all the other packages as my modem would not connect at all with kernel 2.6.I can now connect but if i open iceweasel the network connection is lost and i have to remove the USB modem and insert it again to make a connection.So basically it is unuseable.3G work
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