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Your data card should show up a usually within a minute of plugging in. Follow the following steps: Click the network manager icon and you should see Mobile Broadband. Once you see that, it means that your data card has been detected. Click Edit Connections. In the Network Connections dialog, click on the + button to add a new connection. Choose your ...
Try: sudo eject /dev/sr0 or sudo eject /dev/sr1 I have this issue with my USB Nokia CS-15 Data stick. It mounts as a CD drive, and until you "eject" the CD drive, it will not see the Data stick. If your CD rom opens when you use SR0, then your card is most likely SR1.
Recommended solution: Copy the following python script to a file called internal_block_device_resource: #!/usr/bin/env python3 import os import re from glob import glob rootdir_pattern = re.compile('^.*?/devices') internal_devices =  def device_state(name): """ Follow pmount policy to determine whether a device is removable or internal. ...
Use lsblk: $ lsblk -o NAME -nl sda sda1 sda2 sda4 sda5 sda6 sdb sdb1 sdb2 sdb5 sdb6 sr0 This will include anything worth including. You can use the -I option along with the device types to do the filtering.
This works for me: echo DRIVES=\'`cd /dev; ls sd?; cd`\' It simply goes into the /dev-directory and outputs everything with sd and one more character. After that, it returns to home.
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