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Ubuntu Networking :: How To Install Huawei 3G Internet Device On 10.04


I recently got Tata Docomo 3G Data Card. I was unable to install it on my ubuntu 10.04. My Configuration:
Device: Huawei E367 Internet Device (3G e-stick)
OS: Ubuntu 10.04 AMD 64
Processor/ Architecture: AMD Athlon X2 64 bit (ASUS)
I don't have any other means of internet connection, so that I can download few files on ubuntu 10.04. I got to load all files from Windows and then start from ubuntu.


View 9 Replies (Posted: August 7th, 2011)

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