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Thread: Modem driver for Linux?? *S*




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    I know .. I Know.. this is a Linux section and there's a modem section, but I think it will be more fruitful to start here.

    I have a U.S. Robotics PCI Hardware modem ( I know i'ts hardware because of the cost, size, and chipset. But my Mandrake 8.2 tries to configure it, but can't saying it cant configure a sofware modem, or win modem. Any ideas for a work around? It is really a harware modem made by 3Com.

    Got 8.2 Mandrake last night at the Kalamazo Linux User's Group, Bern! I bought their download 3 cd version.. sweet.. Very sweet! I can now use 800 X 600 with 24 bit color on my nVidia AGP card, and before I only got problems, or had to drop down to almost nill for resolution. I think the XFree86 ver 4.2. had something to do with it working right now. *S* Their web site is as follows: http://www.kalamazoolinux.org/

    They are very near the point of being the most active Linux Users group in the USA. *S*



    I've connected to my ISP from Linux before.. both by way of the LAN, and by way of the modem.. Just forgot how I did it now ROFL!

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    There is a sight which deals with Winmodems and their use in Linux.....if it is a HCF modem then you have no chance.....

    there is a good article on Linuxnewbie.org (see link) that may help...it actually deals with PCI hardware modems....

    http://www.linuxnewbie.org//nhf/inte...em-how-to.html

    If this article doesn't help then try google for linux drivers for winmodems...that's where I found the link dealing them before.....

    Good luck
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    The USR site has some .rpm's available (beta) for some models of PCI modems.
    They my well have been developed for Redhat if I remember right, don't know if that makes a huge difference or not?
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    Do you have the nvidia linux driver installed?
    For the modem have a look at the modem How-to.

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