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Re: Huawei E1820
Also consider trying a -current GENERIC - some of these devices require some
strange contortions to get them working, and current has more of them.
"Jukka Marin" <jmarin%embedtronics.fi@localhost> wrote:
>On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 11:10:47AM -0800, Jeff Rizzo wrote:
>> On 11/25/10 9:53 AM, Jukka Marin wrote:
>> >Does anyone happen to know how to make Huawei E1820 3G USB stick
>> >NetBSD? When I plug it in, NetBSD sees two umass devices but no
>> >I tried the stick on a mac and after installing the software, it
>> >it still doesn't work with NetBSD.
>> >(I would like it to work on NetBSD 4.0 because that's what my ARM
>> >router is running...)
>> The u3g driver (which is probably what should match it) does not
>> to be in netbsd-4; have you tried it in -current or at least
>> If it works there, it should be easy enough to patch netbsd-4 to
>> it. If not, that's where we should start.
>I tried it on 5.1_RC3. The product ID does not exist in usbdevs - I
>adding it there and also added the defines to uhmodem.c (I'm running
>now). I guess u3g.c sounds like a more appropriate driver, now that I
>of it ;-)
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