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First you have to be shure the device is recognized as a modem and the proper ttyUSB or ACM are created. Check dmesg output after the device is plugged in. Most 3g modems start to life as a cdrom device, and is the job of usbmodeswitch to send the right command to bring modem up.


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From the indicator panel, to be sure to enable both the "Location detection" and the "GPS". From setting> Security & Privacy> Location access> to select the "Using GPS, anonymized Wi-Fi and cellular network info." Then reboot the phone. It works for me: Google nexus 4, ubuntu-touch rtm 14.09. Update: The stable-developers version: the Google maps could ...


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I loaded theese modules snd-pcm-oss snd-pcm-mixer and added in /etc/modules Now baudline works, can analyze and play audio


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find device path, LABEL, UUID and TYPE of block devices with help of command sudo blkid result will be like /dev/sda1: UUID="XXXX" TYPE="ntfs" /dev/sda5: UUID="XXXX-XXXX" TYPE="ext4" /dev/sda6: UUID="XXXX-XXXX" TYPE="swap" /dev/sda7: UUID="XXXX-XXXX" TYPE="ext4" /dev/sda8: UUID="XXXX-XXXX" TYPE="ext4" /dev/sdb1: LABEL="p" UUID="XXXX-XXXX" ...


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you can find all information related to device from disks utility available in Ubuntu. inform about full path of device. (e.x. /dev/sdb1 or /dev/sdc1) partition type serial number size of device and model name.


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Using lvdisplay, vgscan, vgremove as @user195059 suggests probably works, but they are in the lvm2 package which I no longer have installed. Instead I used $ sudo dmsetup info which showed "Name: unwantedDevice" of my unwanted /dev/mapper/unwantedDevice and "State: ACTIVE". I unmounted the device (from its menu in the Unity panel), then issued $ sudo ...


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Unfortunately, I can't comment just yet, so I'll post the link here: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX In the field under "Enter product name", if you type in your printer model (XP-200), then you should find a list of (four) drivers, two of which are printer drivers. (Remember to select "Linux" as the Operation System, though, ...



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