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    network interface

    I an new to ubuntu and i dont know how to install mts mblaze in my system as i have done in any versions of windows.how i can get my ui of my mts connection

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    Re: network interface

    I believe that program is Windows only and isn't Linux compatible. So you can't use that. Does the internet still work?
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    Re: network interface

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram_praveen View Post
    how i can get my ui of my mts connection
    You can't unless they have provided a Linux version of their UI program.
    However, you don't need that UI if your modem is supported by Linux driver "option" (it is the name of the driver that handles these GSM modems). You can just use the default NetworkManager program in Ubuntu to control and use it.

    To determine if your modem is supported or not, please plug-in the modem, run the following command in terminal (ctrl+alt+T) and post back its output here :
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    lsusb
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