Comment 29 Igor Bukanov Fatal signal 11 Jan 20 CHAP authentication succeeded Jan 20 Comment 19 Igor Bukanov Comment 13 Vassily Gavrilyak Before the modem finds the net: Welcome to minicom 2.
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Before the modem finds the net: Search on forum revelead this: I guess they corresponds to two USB ports that the modem provides. The format of the response is: Comment 40 Fedora Update System We probably need to write those anyway, but it would be good to figure out what the issue is first. Unfortunately, I do not own this modem, the previous debug log was from help session on forum.
Comment 18 Dan Williams Comment 36 Dan Williams When Anydaya insert the modem: Fatal signal 11 Jan 20 I can certainly add them back into the provider info. The command waits until the modem shows a green light after that it almost instantly successfully connects to the network or when the indicator shows that no coverage is anydara.
This could be a case of the AT-command interface not being complete enough since on Windows most modems use a Qualcomm proprietary interface instead of AT commands or it could be something else needs to be set up for the modem to work correctly.
Comment 11 Igor Bukanov Modem hangup Jan 20 Both guys confirms that modem worked with NetworkManager using hal and stopped working with modem-manager and udev. During one of the attempts to connect the NetworkManager even managed to get IP addresses, but then NetworkManager terminated the connection: Can you try the following commands with minicom or such if you don’t mind?
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The error occurs even before dialing Steps to Reproduce: This can also be confirmed using wvdial. It also looks like there’s a bug in pppd where pppd crashes the “Fatal signal 11” is a segfault which indicates a bad error in pppd.
Comment 4 Miroslav Pragl Comment 31 Dan Williams I just may not have looked hard enough, but even if we do that isn’t hooked up yet. Comment 34 Igor Bukanov CDMA modems usually only have one AT-capable port, and the other ports use a Qualcomm proprietary “diagnostic mode” that is not well documented or reverse-engineered.
Some modems take a while to register with the network. You can see how long the modem takes by doing this: Comment 21 Igor Bukanov Comment 22 Vassily Gavrilyak Often I just need a few of the custom AT commands to google around and find the manual or forum posts.
Just to clarify what you said here: Comment 20 Igor Bukanov