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Re: Verizon Novatel USB760 Wireless

Wayne <linuxtwo@gmail.com> wrote at 2009-12-14 07:12 -0700:
>   I am wondering if anyone has successfully install the Subject device  
> on Debian?  My research has shown that some have had success on Ubuntu  
> 9.1 but I have not been able to locate any Debian success posts.
> This is a 3G modem and, in my remote location, gets much faster  
> downloads, on winbloz, then anything else I have tried.  It beats the
> AT&T sierra device by far.  Sierra is supported in the kernel but not  
> this Novatel USB760 AFAIK.
> Any info or pointers are welcomed.  I really need to get this working on  
> Debian and don't want to switch to Ubuntu if possible.
> Wayne
> PS  The Novatel is really strange.  Just tried to burn a Ubuntu cd to  
> check it out and the Novatel had to be unplugged before k3b would run.
> It seems the system thinks it is a cdrom device????

This might be related to the purpose of the usb-modeswitch package.  Perhaps 
that will help get you started.

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