[Arm-netbook] First impressions

Adam Gill madallig at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 14:16:51 GMT 2010

GPRS & 3G via Mobile (USB conection )

I have tried many times to get the GPRS and  3G to work on this netbook 
using a USB cable connected to my mobile and using it it as a modem.

It connects but then immediately disconnects after 5-10 seconds. On 
other Linux notebooks I don't have a problem being connected this way...

Anyone got an idea what the correct settings should be for this netbook  
.... (those of you who have already got theirs)

Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 12:48 PM, Jon Ervine <jon.ervine at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 17 Feb 2010, at 20:11, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
>>> * there's an unidentified (no markings) IC to the left of the
>>> right-hand PCI-e slot.  or, if it's unidentified, it's because the
>>> markings are too faint to make out using a camera.
>>> really want to know what that unidentified IC is.
>> I've had a look again at the chip you're talking about. To the naked eye there are no markings visible on the chip. Perhaps using a magnifying glass something might be visible, but it doesn't look likely to me - the last set were pretty sharp and shot at as low ISO as possible.
>> I'll pass identifying that one on to someone else :-)
>  mmmrrrhhmmm... *grumble*.  gotta find out what it's connected to.
> *sigh*.  bloody customs!  gimme my machine, damnit!
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