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Re: [opensuse] How to get 'rooter' than root?
Op 24-10-12 15:21, Oddball schreef:
Op 24-10-12 12:48, Meike Stone schreef: ..


(Maybe, best would be to look in the documentation for your Software
or ask the developer .. :)

I will keep you posted..

Well, whaddoyounoo?

HWinfo did list the device perfectly after updating the kernel from Kernel:HEAD, but in the usb applet still only the mass storage device was listed, and nothing more.
After not being satisfied, i googled for all i could find about the Huawei e173 modem, and opensuse...
In one post somewhere on a forum i read about the NM, that would show the configuration dialog..

So, i opened NM, and guess what:
Mobile broadband modem was listed, and a very sophisticated gui showed every provider in the whole world!
I was totally amazed by that...

But then i wanted to get rid of the gui that could not connect.
The Ndisdrivers only went to opensuse112.. so now i understand, because 122 has totally nothing to do with that almost obsolete version, compared the changes that were made...

There was an uninstall icon (like in M$), which i clicked. A terminal window opened and a dialog said: you have to be root, press any key to continue, after pressing, the window was gone..

NP, i thought, login as root in another session, and do it from there...
Now root can not login anymore, i think that is also being changed, as a safety precaution or something...

I went to the install directory and searched for the uninstaller file, but i forgot the command to uninstall...
If i remember correctly, is a foreign app not gone when the install directory is removed?
Or is there a command to uninstall?

Kind Regards.


Have a nice day,

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