Has anyone used Verizon mobile broadband to go with ubunto 10.10?
I am new to ubunto and have had previous security issues with windows. How hard is it to use a broadband to go USB device on a Dell laptop with ubuntu 10.10. Are there certain procedures to follow to secure this type of connection or is it by nature a fairly hackable system for a determined third party?
Other choice is going with static ip landline with comcast
I am a newbie in UNIX . Earlier I used opensuse 11.3 just because it was secure
for connecting to the INTERNET than Windows. Now I have to use Solaris for my work, so I was thinking of having windows XP2,opensuse 11.3 and solaris on the same pc. In spite of some good suggestion from... (5 Replies)
I want to know the disconnection time of my broadband tcp/ip connection as it got disconnected while downloading data.
I use Vuze bit torrent client and JDownloader .
I use broadband internet connection and my os is slack 11. The problem I have been facing for last 2/3 days that my... (1 Reply)
i am trying to install Neye in ubunto 10.10
i installed sqlite before
but i got errors about it
checking for my_open in -lmysqlclient....no
checking for sqlite_open in -lsqlite...no
configure error:Neye requires sqlite
althought i had installed sqlite
any help???????????? (0 Replies)
MODEMMANAGER(8) System Manager's Manual MODEMMANAGER(8)NAME
ModemManager - modem management daemon
ModemManager [--version] | [--help]
ModemManager [--debug] [--log-level=<level>] [--log-file=<filename>] [--timestamps] [--relative-timestamps]
The ModemManager daemon provides a unified high level API for communicating with (mobile broadband) modems. While the basic commands are
standardized, the more advanced operations (like signal quality monitoring while connected) varies a lot.
ModemManager is a system daemon and is not meant to be used directly from the
The following options are supported:
Print the ModemManager software version and exit.
--help Print ModemManager's available options and exit.
Runs ModemManager with "DEBUG" log level and without daemonizing. This is useful for debugging, as it directs log output to the con-
trolling terminal in addition to syslog.
Sets how much information ModemManager sends to the log destination (usually syslog's "daemon" facility). By default, only informa-
tional, warning, and error messages are logged. Given level must be one of "ERR", "WARN", "INFO" or "DEBUG".
Specify location of the file where ModemManager will dump its log messages, instead of syslog.
Include absolute timestamps in the log output.
Include timestamps, relative to the start time of the daemon, in the log output.
31 October 2011 MODEMMANAGER(8)