Joined: 20 Jun 2010 Posts: 3982 Location: Kiel,Germany
Posted: Sat 10 Sep 2011, 14:30 Post_subject:
Assuming the driver got loaded , which I think is not automatically , and pupdial only gets "Waiting for carrier" messages , I would suggest to try the real simple `pgprs-shell` , which is so awfully simple , that I did not dare to use it when I started with Puppy Linux .
Joined: 24 Feb 2007 Posts: 440 Location: Green Island Cairns for the winter
Posted: Wed 05 Oct 2011, 11:26 Post_subject:
Go to setup internet connection
Click on GPRS Connect
then click on Wireless GPRS Modem
/dev/ttyUSB0 or as detected
APN...............email@example.com (this looks wrong to me)
Phone No.....#777 (so does this)
leave the others as they are ..passwords and usernames are not used
Then in lower task bar click on connection icon and the connection script should run
On the APN my provider is iprimus . Their address is ....@iprimus.com.au their APN is "primuslns1"
On Phone No mine is *99# to dial but yours I don't know