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Hello, I know this is possible in Windows but not sure how to do it in Linux. Accessing GPRS/3G via my Linux laptop. Is this possible? Thanks....
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    Hello,

    I know this is possible in Windows but not sure how to do it in Linux. Accessing GPRS/3G via my Linux laptop. Is this possible?

    Thanks.

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    Yes it is. Tell how do you want to connect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkfree View Post
    Yes it is. Tell how do you want to connect it.
    That's the issue, I have absolutely no idea where to start regarding this.

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    You haven't mentioned how you want to connect it : bluetooth, data cable or infra red. Hope it helps you Internet in Linux via Mobile GPRS thru Bluetooth - Digit Forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkfree View Post
    You haven't mentioned how you want to connect it : bluetooth, data cable or infra red. Hope it helps you Internet in Linux via Mobile GPRS thru Bluetooth - Digit Forum
    I recall reading that you can connect directly to the operators GPRS gateway on your PC somehow. Otherwise I would be using bluetooth, not sure about getting the drivers for linux though.

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