I’ve built both 32 and 64bit test kernels which include the patch referenced above. I recompiled using 2. Even the registry modifications. The hard switch on-off- for windows does nothing. For me this confirms that I don’t have a hardware fault – and there must be something going wrong somewhere in the software stack.
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[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Setup and Configuration of Ericsson Fg WWAN Card
Kwinz ldm wrote on Chris Jones cmsj wrote on I also tried vanilla kernels from the ppa same version as above and 2. ThinkPad P1 Linux Certification. I don’t know if it deserves a new bug report or not.
I’m still seeing this problem on the latest karmic. I’m currently running on 2.
How to Use an AT&T Ericsson F3507g Card on Ubuntu Intrepid
Comment on this change optional. If even Linux can’t find the device it’s definitely broken and needs to be replaced.
In this case, thinkpad-acpi is supposed to be able to re-enable the f35007g, if you use the rfkill sysfs class to do it. Rob Taylor robtaylor wrote on Hi, I am sorry if my questions seem stupid I am just a newbie with all this. However, seems the affected module has been built into some thinkpads which means that there are probably a few folks affected by this.
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: April 20, at 6: For the first approach, the easiest way to do it is to use wvdial. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. James Ward jamesward wrote on October 9th, 7. Sometimes the card appears, sometimes it does not.
This issue has been resolved upstream. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. The card itself should be functional I assume. Disabled in software, and not re-enabled warning: Message 5 of 8. In such a situation one of the ,inux methods could solve the problem:.
Thinkpad X UMTS card won’t run (Ericsson Fg)
But you still can change llinux the behavior of the NMEA stream by sending the appropriate. I have ALL upgrades. The Ericsson Fg card is actually embedded into the Lenovo X – a bit fiddly to remove the module.
USB disconnect, address 2 [ 9. Until then, I’ll count myself fortunate for having a command line solution. Can I maybe gain some information out of the working card in Mint? Even the registry modifications.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. As described by comment 46the card can be reactivated with: I also got a X and this is my standing: