Comment 11 for bug 373821

Danne,

  Com esses novos Kernels (2.6.29 e superior) o seu modem é montado primeiro
como um CD, você precisa ejeta-lo para poder usar o modem, a regra do UDEV
somente automatiza este trabalho. Se você não quiser usar a regra UDEV você
pode fazer isso manualmente:

execute "dmesg | grep scsi" e procure por ZTE

[ 7.927288] scsi 5:0:0:0: CD-ROM ZTE USB SCSI CD-ROM
2.31 PQ: 0 ANSI: 2
[ 7.948251] sr1: scsi-1 drive
[ 7.949049] sr 5:0:0:0: Attached scsi CD-ROM *sr1*

no meu caso o CD foi montando em *SR1* então após o boot basta executar
"eject /dev/sr1" e você poderá usar o modem normalmente.

Abraços,
Cleber Santz.

2009/5/22 Danne <email address hidden>

> Thanks. I do the tests. Install the .debs (i386) and reboot. Choose the
> new kernel to boot and wait. All ok at here. Plug the modem and wait...
> Nothing happens, continues 19d2:2000. Use the udev rule and reboot. At
> boot my cd drive open (O.o). At the session I plug the modem again and
> wait, ok now, the modem was detected with 19d2:0001. But I can't get
> connection. Try using other modem (a huawei e226) and it work normal.
> Try my modem again, and nothing =[.
>
> I remove this kernel and back to my normal Jaunty Kernel.
>
> I will continues using the karmic (with the modem working fine, but with
> the udev rules making the cd drive open at boot) to test.
>
> Thanks to try help again.
>
> --
> Remove ZTE Modem ZeroCD from unusual_devs.h
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/373821
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