Comment on this change optional. No such file or directory. Find the appropriate APN here. Please note that Linux can revive a locked up card that can’t be discovered on windows after using the last method. If it is of any interest, I have a T, which on Ubuntu 9. No configuration is needed beyond setting the data plan provider in the nm-applet GUI. Lo and behold, the following link showed up http:

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I have a Lenovo x running Jaunty 64, with similar issues, and I’ve looked at a few other bugs that also have strange “disappearing device” behaviour, such as: Join Date Jun Beans X release it made it into.

On Tue, Sep 29, at 9: Mind you, linux never had any problem with the card. People who normally have dual OS systems, tend to switch it up a lot.

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Cannot get Ericsson F3507G to work with the Option module

Users have reported [1] that patching the kernel [2] make it works. Obviously the card goes off and has some NV memory to save that state and “survive” even a coldstart. Add tags Tag help. Thanks for your help so far – it’s much appreciated!


As described by comment 46the card can be reactivated with: You can find the appropriate APN here. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. They are available at: Alexander Sack asac wrote on LasT drivers and last bios. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Kwinz, this patch also seemed to fix my U. I am using a self compiled 2.

Modem/3G/Ericsson – Debian Wiki

ff3507g It will power down the card on boot, but when the laptop wakes from sleep, in some cases the card is powered up again. I did a little history digging – I found that 3 days ago, before the Jaunty update, I was seeing this line in the output from lsusb: Message 3 of 8.

In this case, thinkpad-acpi is supposed to be able to re-enable the device, if you use the rfkill sysfs class to do it. Changed in network-manager Ubuntu: IanW f-launchpad-drianwalker-com wrote on January 6, at 2: I found here and on many other sites that I need to add a patch comment Internet dialer version 1.


Until then, I’ll count myself fortunate for having a command line solution. The problem is a windows things and the drivers are not working in windows for some reason, perhaps they arn’t using the right commands to signal the card back on or something, since booting linux likely changed the settings of the f507g to linuux settings that only a reset of BIOS fixes.

Please open a new bug report by typing “ubuntu-bug modemmanager” in a terminal. The thinkpad-acpi upstream maintainer here. Now, if your wireless provider lets you in, you are connected.

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