[UMTS/HSDPA] Kernel module

From: Patrick Ale
Date: Fri Feb 23 2007 - 14:48:50 EST

Hi All!

For my work I am using a Huawei E620 HSDPA/UMTS card, and I would like
to use it under Linux :)

Before this I had a card with only UMTS/GPRS functions and as soon as
I inserted the card some /dev/ttyUSB nodes were created, with this
card this doesnt happen, eventho the different fora say it should.

On one of the fora I see that an external module exists for this card,
but when I try to compile it it tells me TTY_DONT_FLIP is not defined.

This sounds like something that should be (or used to be) defined by
tty_driver.h or tty_flip.h.

Does anyone have an idea of how to use this card or compile these
drivers needing the TTY_DONT_FLIP?


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