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[Bug 511066] Re: ModemManager: HP ev2210 Sierra MC5725 not detected


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  ModemManager: HP ev2210 Sierra MC5725 not detected

Status in “linux” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “linux” source package in Lucid:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  SRU Justification:

  Impact: A certain 3G modem is not working as the driver is missing its

  Fix: Add missing ID to driver.

  Testcase: Use of hw before and after.


  Binary package hint: network-manager

  Release:	Ubuntu 9.10 x86_64
  Package Versions: (installed from ppa:network-manager/trunk)
  modemmanager: 0.3-0ubuntu1~nmt1~karmic
  libnm-glib2: 0.8~rc2-0ubuntu2~nmt3~karmic
  libnm-util1: 0.8~rc2-0ubuntu2~nmt3~karmic
  network-manager: 0.8~rc2-0ubuntu2~nmt3~karmic
  network-manager-gnome: 0.8~rc2-0ubuntu2~nmt2~karmic

  What I expected to happen:
  In Gnome Network Manager Dropdown, Mobile Broadband section should include options to select my modem. This diddn't happen.

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