Monday, 4 February 2008
I have to say three cheers to vodafone. I have previously posted about not being able to use my 3G USB modem with Ubuntu. Well vodafone do offer a GUI that works under linux for connecting using their 3G USB modem.
The file can be downloaded from vodafone's open source development site
Choose the .deb package for Ubuntu and it works like a dream!! The USB modem is automatically detected and all that is needed is the connection settings for the UK. So enter username=web, password=web and apn=internet
Well done to vodafone.