i need to connect toshibaL40-170 laptop to iburst usb modem &debian livecd and sonyv800 connection
On Sunday 11 May 2008 18:03, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> any ideas guys.
> iburst desktop modem model:UTD1780D-ZA-C
> I WANT TO CONNECT USING DEB4.0R3. I AM NOT LINUX LITERATE SO SIMPLE AS
> POSSIBLE EXPLANATION GUYS. i plug in the modem and it does not pick up
> automatically. currently using it via ppoes ethernet but i want to connect
> usb. tried wine and loaded windows drivers that came on the cd, it does
> not work. the programs dont pop up when i go under wine programs.
> i also need to know how to make a debian dvd with all programs on it
> becuase i hate the manual. i want to make a debian live cd
> also want to connect my sonyericsson v800 to my latop for internet via
> usb. i tried to install windows drivers that came on the datasuite. does
> not pick up. tried using ndsiwrapper. this does not work.
Firstly I find it best to use pppoe and the ethernet port, but there is a
usb/pcmcia driver available (I use it on my notebook, pcmcia)
You will need to have your kernel headers installed along with
build-essential, then basically just extract the archive and run "make &&
sudo make install"
Check out the Debian live project  or Debian wiki 
Not sure about the v800, I had a w810i, and whenever I connected my phone it
would ask if I wanted phone mode or transfer mode.
I would choose phone mode, and then get two serial
ports /dev/ttyACM0, /deb/ttyACM1 and I know you use one of these to get dial
up. Never tried, but google is your friend.
Hope this helps.
Clifford W. Hansen
PHP Developer / Linux Administrator
(Cell) +27 82 883 8677
(Fax) +27 86 503 0634
"We have seen strange things today!"