Linux^2

Linux^2

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In this blog you'll mainly find all things Linux - problems, solutions, reports, rants, tips & tricks etc. with the occasional off-topic entry thrown in. You never would have guessed looking at the URL, huh?
In diesem Blog findet ihr hauptsächlich Themen rund um Linux - Probleme, Lösungen, Berichte, Meinungen, Tips & Tricks und dazwischen ein paar überhaupt nicht dazu passende Einträge. Wärt ihr bei der URL nie drauf gekommen, ne?

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gsm-ussd 0.1.0 (en)

gsm-ussdPosted by Jochen Sat, April 17, 2010 20:22:27
Hi, everyone, so now here's my little project: gsm-ussd.

"gsm-ussd" is a command to send USSD queries by GSM/UMTS modem. Everyone who owns a cell phone with a prepaid SIM card already knows at least one USSD code: "*100#". Entering this into your phone as a telephone number will display the current balance of your account - at least here in Germany. Such USSD queries are quickly done on your cell phone, but with your UMTS modem? Specifically the rebranded Huawei E160 I own? That's what gsm-ussd is for:

$ gsm-ussd '*100#'

You'll find that download here: gsm-ussd-0.1.0.tar.gz
Everything else is explained in the programs documentation.

Have fun and mail me your successes and problems!

Jochen


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