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3 mobile on Linux

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I use 3 mobile and now that I am running Linux Mint I don't need to use the proprietary software to connect to the internet as this is automated for me by Linux's network manager, however this means I can't use my free texts allowance from 3 unless I switch back to my Windows partition, and I hate doing that now, so, has anyone been able to install this on Linux? and how?


PS this is the only thing I have been unable to "fix" since switching to Linux last October and I can now do everything and more, oh so much more, on Linux now (and partly due to dipping into this forum so a big thanks for that), so if I can fix this one last thing I can dump windows forever.

Edited by Jats, 12 January 2010 - 07:38 PM.

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