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I recently upgraded to 12.04 on my Chromebook. However, I cannot seem to get my 3G connection working. Is this a known bug? Does anyone have a solution?


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Here is things to do after successfully put ubuntu in your samsung chromebook.

Go to software center and install synaptic.

For gobi Novatel Wireless you have to install gobi loader in synaptic or software center and reboot to activate your 3G mobile broadband.

With modem manager you can send sms check ussd and network. The link:

You can either see here the way to activate your GPS it's natively for gobi 2000 but it must be the same for gobi 3000: thinkwiki go to GPS section you must see something like echo "\$GPS_START" > /dev/ttyUSB2, see more details there.

just try and keep searching ...

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