Data call Dial-up number: I use Fedora core 4. Anyone managed to work the connection? Yes Use login script: Have a Nokia or other Series 60 phone Are running Windows XP Are connected to a network that has an active internet connection Then this tutorial has all you need to get up and running.
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2. A dial-up network daemon ‘dund’ is run for the appropriate connection events that then runs ‘ppp’ for the IP connection. This was possible with my old xp, but I don’t want to come back to that horrible OS.
Data call Dial-up number: Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Nokia Nseries N70 – 3g Series 60 with 2 megapixel camera.
Yes Leave the logon script gubox blank, gnubox will write this in for us later. No gateway reply what should I do now? Remove the ‘auth’ entry in ‘options.
This website is not in any gnuobx endorsed by Symbian Software Limited. This does work I have also been able to get opera working using the above method.
I tried it, but it doesn’t work even if everything goes right setting up both the phone and the Linux box. If you’d like to contribute content, let ngubox know. BB code is On. Normal You do not need to change any other settings on this screen.
PPP will use system defaults plus ‘options. Set up a new access point: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
When you are ready to get this going there are three steps you must take before continuing this tutorial that are vital for troubleshooting: Using interface ppp0 pppd: Set up the Bluetooth COM port: Does Google maps mobile work in your N70?
Ensure things are running smoothly: Set up incoming connections: If you are using FC4 let me know and I can supply the configuration files I use.
The bluetooth PIN for the server must be set up.
I use Fedora core 4. Bt this is case sensitive Data Bearer: Most programs ask you which one you want to use anyway so it can easily be tailored to how you need it at any point depending on which program you use and where you are.
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Find More Posts by riccisit. Finaly I got GnuBox to work with N70! Backing up Nokia phone.