I read that there is a linux version of the VZAccess Manager for Verizon Wireless cards available. But I don't see any indication of that on Verizon's website.

The wireless card has been previously activated when this computer had Windows on it, and it remains active (it's a company computer, so the bill continues to get paid).

But I'd like to use Hardy Heron on this computer and also the wireless card.

I tried connecting by using GNOME PPP and also "sudo wvdial" (after sudo wvdialconf and editing /etc/wvdial.conf with the phone number, username and password info). But, I may have botched the operation there because I couldn't find any directions for my exact situation.

From what I gather from posts about other wireless cards, I should be using this info:

user YourTenDigitPhone#@vzw3g.com
pass vzw
phone number #777

This is my first post. I've been able to rely on old threads for info previously. But, I'm completely at a loss here. I don't have any idea how these things work. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Using a built-in Verizon Wireless card on my Hardy Heron Toughbook would be so cool...