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Old 12-06-2009, 04:08 PM
"Md. Moinul Abrar"
 
Default ubuntu-users Digest, Vol 64, Issue 52

Dear All.



Subject: "No Network device available" - in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic.









My office workplace desktop pc is running in dual boot mode - Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic and Windows-7 Ultimate.




When PC is running on Windows-7 Ultimate mode, then Internet connection is established easily� and successfully. I'm using a NOKIA 3110c mobile set for EDGE Internet connection. I connect my PC to Mobile set via bluetooth way.




When PC is running on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic mode, then
Internet connection cannot established. I'm using
a NOKIA 3110c mobile set for EDGE Internet connection via bluetooth way. When click on Network Manager icon at the top of the Ubuntu desktop, then "No network device available" is displayed. But, via blutooth way my pc is discovered my Nokia mobile set and I can easily brouce my Nokia set's folders and all files.This is my office workplace PC.







In my residence, my home desktop pc is running in dual boot mode - Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic and Windows-7 Ultimate. In both mode, Internet connection is established easily� and
successfully. I'm using a above same NOKIA 3110c mobile set for EDGE Internet
connection.� I connect my PC to Mobile set via bluetooth way. In residence while using Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic, INTERNET connection is easily establish.



Please Help me. With thanks.

Moinul Abrar.
















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Old 12-06-2009, 04:16 PM
Colin Law
 
Default ubuntu-users Digest, Vol 64, Issue 52

2009/12/6 Md. Moinul Abrar <mdmoinul@gmail.com>:
> Dear All.
>
> Subject: "No Network device available" - in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic.
>
> My office workplace desktop pc is running in dual boot mode - Ubuntu 9.10
> Karmic and Windows-7 Ultimate.
>
> When PC is running on Windows-7 Ultimate mode, then Internet connection is
> established easily* and successfully. I'm using a NOKIA 3110c mobile set for
> EDGE Internet connection. I connect my PC to Mobile set via bluetooth way.
>
> When PC is running on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic mode, then Internet connection
> cannot established. I'm using a NOKIA 3110c mobile set for EDGE Internet
> connection via bluetooth way. When click on Network Manager icon at the top
> of the Ubuntu desktop, then "No network device available" is displayed. But,
> via blutooth way my pc is discovered my Nokia mobile set and I can easily
> brouce my Nokia set's folders and all files.This is my office workplace PC.
>
> In my residence, my home desktop pc is running in dual boot mode - Ubuntu
> 9.10 Karmic and Windows-7 Ultimate. In both mode, Internet connection is
> established easily* and successfully. I'm using a above same NOKIA 3110c
> mobile set for EDGE Internet connection.* I connect my PC to Mobile set via
> bluetooth way. In residence while using Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic, INTERNET
> connection is easily establish.
>

You are more likely to get help if the subject of your email gives an
idea of what your problem is. You should always start a new email and
put in the subject line, don't use an existing email. Also it is best
to use text format email rather than html. I have difficulty reading
your original as the text is too small and some of it is greyed out.

Colin

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