It is detected fine for me with the latest Karmic but after I suspend and resume it is no longer there. Disabled in software, and not re-enabled warning: Kernel drivers for the device are apparently being loaded: 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 card to unconventional settings that only a reset of BIOS fixes. It turns the card completely off, and it will no longer accept any AT-commands before the hard reset. John Stephenson jmdsdf wrote on October 3rd, 5.
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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: Retrieved from ” https: Linus are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
How to Use an AT&T Ericsson Fg Card on Ubuntu Intrepid – tecosystems
Although the device show in F350g7 Manager, it doesn’t manage to successfully connect to the T-Mobile network when I select it – so running using Intrepid rather than Jaunty isn’t a valid workaround for me: First, you have to configure the a few NMEA options.
October 3rd, 4. After installing wammu with the usual apt-get install wammu or whateverchoose to configure it “Manually”:. I live in Maine, but travel a lot. I got some hints from: 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; 3.
Judging from the existence of bug ; I’d venture to say that this dongle works at least in Natty at this point, so I’ll mark this as Fix Released. See full activity log. My card was disappearing and would sometimes stay vanished for long periods then re-appear. Pull in thinkpad-acpi from v2. On Liunx, Nov 3, at Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Erkcsson Jump to page: There is a now a sourceforge project dedicated to the Ericsson Mobile Broadband modules.
Reminder from the Overview section: Nobody wants to go to the BIOS to reset the settings, and then reprogram the settings back all over again, after every linux bootup, before going back into windows.
Thinkpad X UMTS card won’t run (Ericsson Fg)
Add tags Tag help. Most of the things discussed here are beyond my level. Join our community today! I have a dell card, which is a rebranded Fg.
In bug the user reports that the device is not even showing up in lsusb; also he reports that it suddenly works after resuming from hibernate. The X Review Linux and Vista says: Navigation menu Personal tools Log in.
Once the card is working post-hibernation, it also works post-suspend. Notify me of new posts by email. MichaelB newsletters-codefisher wrote on