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Thread: Linux and AirCards?

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    Linux and AirCards?

    Hi all,

    I have installed Fedora Linux 10 but it's a bit buggy so I am going to try out LinuxICE or OpenICE. Are there any aircard options for these distros? I am looking for something that will give me access wherever I have a cell signal...is this possible?

    Thanks!

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    It is possible in linux- I use a Verizon USB727 (Novatel 727) EVDO modem with Mepis 8 in both my car and an HP Mini netbook.

    I am not currently using LinuxICE or OpenICE however, and I am not familiar with any specific applications, requirements or quirks in either.

    But if you have kppp and a recent kernel, I would expect it to work just fine.

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    Good to hear, considering kppp and Ubuntu work fine together, and ICE is based on Ubuntu

    Anyone else have experience with this setup?

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