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Getting GCT M-WiMAX Network Adaptor to work in LNX

Listing the wimax devices in the NetworkManager does also not work, as it seems to be compiled without Wimax support.

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Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Any wimax know-how feedback would be greatly appreciated. Powered by Askbot version 0. Result of Dmesg Code: View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. From what I read after a quick Google, you want to talk to this lot: Result of lsusb Code: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

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I got the following error trying to read the device descriptors with lsusb -v -d Again, thanks anyway for offering the link. And thanks for the help.

So, I did a lot of research on the issue and found an old post describing how to manually compile a driver for the device https: Wed Mar 02, OK, got current device configuration 17 Using first interface: No data available No driver found.

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Inappropriate ioctl for device error obtaining child information: It keeps asking me for a password, despite me providing the correct one.

Found on error obtaining child information: New USB device strings: However, I’ve browsed that forum extensively and there is no answer.

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