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    Just an idea: can you take the SIM out, start
    Code:
    dmesg -w
    , then reinsert the SIM and have a look if dmesg displays info on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kFelix View Post
    Hi,
    It didn't work. Had to create the file :
    Code:
    /etc/modprobe.d/avoid-mbib.conf
    But still nothing changed after a reboot. :/
    Checked lsusb and usb-devices both was the same
    But Thanks for trying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Just an idea: can you take the SIM out, start
    Code:
    dmesg -w
    , then reinsert the SIM and have a look if dmesg displays info on it?
    Doesn't register anything. It's like the port doesn't exist ...

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    Default Re: SIM-card not recognized

    Anything in BIOS / UEFI settings ? Is modemmanager installed ?
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    Default Re: SIM-card not recognized

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Anything in BIOS / UEFI settings ? Is modemmanager installed ?
    As there is no chipset listed it's as if the device is disabled, so no driver loaded either. Therefore, ModemManger has nothing to work with. I had found the archwiki page as well (which mentioned the Ericsson device), but this Ubuntu page mentions the possibility of a Sierra Wireless device (connected to the USB subsystem)....
    https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Linux-D...4/td-p/3720487
    Last edited by deano_ferrari; 07-Dec-2017 at 11:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    As there is no chipset listed it's as if the device is disabled, so no driver loaded either. Therefore, ModemManger has nothing to work with. I had found the archwiki page as well (which mentioned the Ericsson device), but this Ubuntu page mentions the possibility of a Sierra Wireless device (connected to the USB subsystem)....
    https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Linux-D...4/td-p/3720487
    But the person that are asking for help on that page have his port activated or detected by the OS, and
    Code:
    mmcli -m X
    doesn't work for me since its ubuntu. And I tried too somehow trigger the card with ModemManager.. Dead end. And run a debug doesn't seem like it's necessary since the system doesn't even find it. So the debug will not even show something useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kFelix View Post
    But the person that are asking for help on that page have his port activated or detected by the OS, and
    Code:
    mmcli -m X
    doesn't work for me since its ubuntu. And I tried too somehow trigger the card with ModemManager.. Dead end. And run a debug doesn't seem like it's necessary since the system doesn't even find it. So the debug will not even show something useful.
    Think this is the problem. Tried the ModemManager --debug... Found this
    Code:
    [main.c:218] name_lost_cb() Could not acquire the "org.freedesktop.ModemManager1" service name
    [mm-base-manager.c:842] main() ModemManager is shutdown
    And before this you can see all kind of mm-plugin-manager loaded successfully. Guess this is my problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kFelix View Post
    But the person that are asking for help on that page have his port activated or detected by the OS, and
    Code:
    mmcli -m X
    doesn't work for me since its ubuntu. And I tried too somehow trigger the card with ModemManager.. Dead end. And run a debug doesn't seem like it's necessary since the system doesn't even find it. So the debug will not even show something useful.
    Quote Originally Posted by kFelix View Post
    Think this is the problem. Tried the ModemManager --debug... Found this
    Code:
    [main.c:218] name_lost_cb() Could not acquire the "org.freedesktop.ModemManager1" service name
    [mm-base-manager.c:842] main() ModemManager is shutdown
    And before this you can see all kind of mm-plugin-manager loaded successfully. Guess this is my problem?
    Tried (in SU)
    Code:
    find / -type d -name "..freedesktop.."
    got Permission denied in :
    Code:
    /run/user/1000/gvfs
    Only folder searched...

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    Default Re: SIM-card not recognized

    You can check the ModemManager service status with
    Code:
    systemctl status ModemManager
    However, as the hardware is not detected/active, that needs to be sorted first. (There is no hardware device for ModemManager to handle.)

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    Default Re: SIM-card not recognized

    Quote Originally Posted by kFelix View Post
    But the person that are asking for help on that page have his port activated or detected by the OS...
    I know, and that is what I would expect to see on a such a system. Is your system dual boot (with Windows), and if so can you check operation with Windows perhaps?

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