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Usability Fedora vs Windows

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I’m writing this post sitting in a train, connected to the internet via UMTS. The device is a Huawai E220 HSDPA modem connected via USB. Guess who is the winner?

Procedure to get the device running on Fedora (first time usage):

* Plug in the device on any USB port
* Enter the PIN in the pop-up
* Enjoy mobile Internet connection

Steps: 3
Time: approx. 5 sec.

Procedure on Windows (first time usage):




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