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Thanks to Brahim's answer above I have shortened the autostart script there as the following, and it works very well for me as I don't use jdownloader: #!/bin/bash while true; do LC_ALL=C nmcli -t -f TYPE,STATE dev | grep -q "^gsm:disconnected$" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then nmcli -t nm wwan on sleep 10 fi sleep 5 done
Network Manager and Sakis3G don't really work well together. Sometimes you need to run Sakis3g twice or remove and plug the device back in to get it to work. This is because ModemManager can be quite forceful by locking device ports. Alternatively, you can switch the device using Sakis3G (at which point Network Manager should pick it up) and then connecting ...
Download the software and extract it to the desktop. Then open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T. Type sudo -s and enter your password. After that, type: cd /home/umar/Desktop/Huawei New Dialer - 6085 New Chipset/Huawei New Dialer - 6085 New Chipset/Linux bash install_linux The program gets installed.
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