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You can use nmcli and cron to bringing up connection at specific time. First you create connection using Network-Manager. Then start terminal to test some things list all NM connections: nmcli con start connection: nmcli con up id ConnectionName down connection: nmcli con down id ConnectionName If work, setup cron to trigger connection sudo crontab ...


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I ran 12.04, And I also use EVDO modem device. Here is the solution: It doesnt always work, so to know when it works, plug in your device when it shows up in neywork menu, click on "enable mobile broadband" when you click on that, above the network, if it says"home network(EVDO)", then you can click on the network name and use the network. if not unplug ...


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FYI: # HUAWEI Mobile WiFi E5776 ATTR{idVendor}=="12d1", ATTR{idProduct}=="1506", RUN +="usb_modeswitch '%b/%k'"


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The problem in my situation was indeed that the device is seen as a USB0 ethernet device. when i modified the QCSERIAL.C this is resolved and the device can be used from the network manager at the GUI. This answer is to the question of : Bjørn Mork


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sudo modprobe qcserial vendor=0x03f0 product=0x581d This is always wrong, even when it happens to work! But you log shows that the qcserial driver binds successfully, so it is not a problem here. ifconfig usb0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 02:1e:10:1f:00:00 The "usb0" interface name is unexpected if the driver is qmi_wwan, so I think this ...


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I made it working today on my Ubuntu installation. It's the QCSERIAL.C module which need to be patched. You can find the pre patched files here: http://thuis.schroth.nl:8008/qcserial/ Make sure you download first the kernel headers. sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) sudo rmmod qcserial Download the 3 files from my given link above and place ...


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I made solution for this. If you have problem with Install button in Ubuntu Software Center try my solution: Open terminal and type or paste this line sudo gedit /usr/share/software-center/softwarecenter/netstatus.py Scroll down to the end of file and search for this # simply query def get_network_state(): """ get the NetState state """ global ...



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