USB Device Support
hintak_leung at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Feb 18 18:26:06 CST 2011
--- On Thu, 17/2/11, Mike Yates <mike at fonehelp.co.uk> wrote:
> I (and a lot of contributors to the Nokia forums) would
> like to use the
> Nokia PC Suite in Wine.
> The current status in the AppDB of Nokia PC Suite
> v7.x.x.x is "Garbage" because, although installation and
> all the other
> functions now (wine v1.2.2) work just fine, it is totally
> without its "Connect a Phone" function.
> I have written in AppDB:-
I know it is a bit off topic - but what functionality of Nokia PC Suite that you need which isn't provided by gnokii/xnokii ? I have nokia phones for nearly 10 years (actually I have never owned a different brand), and gnokii/xnokii has been sufficient for my needs all these days. Connectivity via infrared/bluetooth are okay.
> by Dave <http://appdb.winehq.org/contact.php?iRecipientId=208842>
> Sunday September 12th 2010, 3:34
> > Running Wine 1.2 (latest version on ubuntu
> repository), trying to
> > install nokia pc suite 18.104.22.168. I get past the
> license agreement (all
> > icons are black though, but it's not hard to guess
> which one is
> > "NEXT") and choosing which directory to install to
> (accept the
> > default). But then it quits and I get a window that
> > ERROR_INSTALL_FAILURE. According to your website this
> has been tested
> > and should install, so what's wrong?
> Using latest Ubuntu-10.10 wine the installation is all
> No connectivity, but there IS kernel support.
> Still investigating - will report more later...
> The kernel connects to my Nokia 6300 by USB as
> I have used this with with wvdial (and other apps) to use
> the 6300 as an
> Edge modem and also with kmobile-tools to sync contacts.
> Surely there is a way of linking /dev/ttyACM0 into wine as
> a raw USB or
> serial port?
> Anyone know how?
> Mike Yates
> Cowley Middlesex England
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