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Old 2nd October 2009
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Default usb modem toshiba g450+freebsd8.0

i have instaled on a laptop freebsd8.0 and i have internet from orange , i use a phone toshiba g450 to a modem . I have same problem , i try this : i use the usb_modeswitch from
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Bus /dev/usb Device /dev/ugen4.2: ID 0930:0d45 Toshiba Corp.
I tray the 3th part of the 'How to use and to automate' but i do not can find the program
i need help pleas
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Are you using Linux or FreeBSD?
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He propably tries to use Linux howto on FreeBSD ...
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Apparently, the device requires a utility to switch it from acting as a usb disk device (containing the windows drivers) to a modem. It seems that the original poster has achieved this, by recompiling the tool under FreeBSD. The device then comes up as ugen.

The modprobe line is used in linux to force the umodem drivers to attach to the modem.

So, I guess he is asking if there is any way to force umodem to attach?
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Old 3rd October 2009
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ok i have take sam mistake . I use freebsd8.0 how i can use toshiba g450 in freebsd like a modem?
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