I recently installed Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon 64-bit along with Windows 7. I have a MTS Mblaze 3G USB dongle. This dongle has 2 modes i.e., 1X mode which gives less speed up—to 30 kbp/s and a broadband mode which gives more speed—up to or greater than 500 kbp/s.
In Win 7, this dongle works fine in broadband mode.
I'm working on putting together a little Raspberry-Pi box which will connect to the net through a cellular-modem (like a Huawei E220, E1750, or E173). It needs to be able to sit there and run for months and months, fixing its own connectivity issues by itself.
Up until now, it has used a wifi hotspot and a little USB wifi dongle.
This guide explains how to install a broadband wireless dongle on Linux.
It lists the main problems users usually find when trying to install the dongle on a Linux OS, and provides possible solutions.
I have seen many posts about users trying to install their broadband internet and getting stuck at the same problem, or just asking how to install their specific version of their dongle, without ha
Hi Folks, I'm trying to install a driver for a Samsung GT B3730 4G dongle but I have realised I'm a bit out of my depth. I've down loaded the 'tar-gz' but I'm not really sure what I should do with it.
Firstly I read somewhere that I should extract it into my root folder, But where is that? Is it the bottom file system folder amongst the dev,usr,bin etc.