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Re: [vox] cell-phone network data cards and linux?
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Re: [vox] cell-phone network data cards and linux?

Wes Hardaker wrote:
> Anyone used cellphone network data cards with linux successfully?  I'd
> actually like to do it for a month "occasionally" (which really means
> buying an expensive card because I don't want the 2-year contract).  Are
> there issues?  Does it generally work?  I've seen web-references to the
> AT&T cards working under linux so I *think* it looks ok...

The latest Ubuntu 8.10 network manager claims to manage these types of
cards, so possibly no need for Bill's scripts.

I've never tried it though.

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