I am brand new to Ubuntu. I have installed Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on my desktop and for the last two weeks have been struggling to get my Vodafone Huawei e220 3g modem to work. I have tried various options suggested by other users in the forum but the problem I seem to have is the following:
I can see the device for about ten seconds on the desktop and then it disappears.
I have spent a lot of time downloading Centos 6.1 DVD 1 & 2 and completed the installation . Although it was looking good I could not get the Vodafone USB mobile (broadband) dongle to be recognised... [by malrob]
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Alright so ive been upgrading my computers hardware and i bought a new GPU. Now i put my new GPU in and booted and it works fine. The computer boots properly no problems with good VGA output. I used to have a nvidia GPU though. So i tried uninstalling all the drivers for the nvidia card then i installed the AMD drivers.
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Hi all... I'm a noob to the Linux world and just converted all 6 computers in my house to openSUSE 11.2. I have to say it's the best linux distro I have installed for my family needs! I installed around 33 linux distros and found openSUSE had the complete package from hardware drivers to software!