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#44722 28-Oct-2009 20:45
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does anyone know if the Telecom MF626 (the one with the new $99 offer) works with linux?
If not im going to have to do some crazy routing with a windows VM...

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  #267843 28-Oct-2009 21:11
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danielfaulknor: does anyone know if the Telecom MF626 (the one with the new $99 offer) works with linux?
If not im going to
have to do some crazy routing with a windows VM...

Cheers


I heard Telecom NZ has Windows 7 clients and stuff about to be annouced, maybe it's in that?

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  #267844 28-Oct-2009 21:14
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What I know is that Telecom has a deal with Noel Leeming to introduce a 4GB Notebook Mobile Broadband bundle (also a 2GB Notebook plan available). Perhaps that's what you are thinking?




 
 
 
 


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  #267855 28-Oct-2009 21:28
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danielfaulknor: does anyone know if the Telecom MF626 (the one with the new $99 offer) works with linux?
If not im going to have to do some crazy routing with a windows VM...

Cheers



I heard Telecom NZ already includes Windows 7 when testing software, and has -

Sierra Wireless WCDMA datacard W7 s/ware now
Telecom branded (aka ZTE) WCDMA datacards W7 s/ware now

Sierra Wireless CDMA datacards W7 s/ware soon

With that might come a wave of Linux support. Or not. Hmm.



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