I have upgraded my F11 to rawhide and I can no longer connect with my 3G modem.
After the first connection attempt the device will no longer be discovered by the system at all. There is nothing printed in the messages log.
When removing the usb modem, the kernel oopses.
Attached messages log and modem-manager debug.
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Created attachment 358121 [details]
This is likely fixed in later versions of NetworkManager. Please try latest rawhide packages. If not, also try this modem-manager build along with teh latest rawhide NM packages, and let me know if that fixes your issue:
If that still doesn't fix it, please provide the --debug output from modem-manager like you've already done above for the older version, that was great.
I tried fully updated F12 as of today and it does _not_ work.
I tried the modem-manager for F13 in koji and is _does_ work.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
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Could you try latest NetworkManager and ModemManager updates? If something doesn't work, can you do the following?
1) service NetworkManager stop
2) killall -TERM modem-manager
3) modem-manager --debug
4) service NetworkManager start
5) try to connect
if it fails, attach both the modem-manager output, and your /var/log/messages so we can debug further. Thanks!
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