help with Fedora core 7 dial-up connection
olivares14031 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 11 03:15:10 UTC 2007
----- Original Message ----
From: E. Robert Tisdale <edwin at netwood.net>
To: For users of Fedora <fedora-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2007 9:17:44 PM
Subject: Re: help with Fedora core 7 dial-up connection
> Have you checked the LinModems Suport Page?
> There is a utility called scanModem which you can get
> copy it to your linux partition
> # gunzip scanModem.gz
> # chmod +x scanModem
> # ./scanModem
I did that but it didn't help much.
The scanModem program generates tons of files
but doesn't actually help configure the modem.
> will generate a Modem/ folder in which ModemData.txt gets generated
> and it will tell you which modem driver you need if there is one for your
> You will need to subscribe to the list discuss at linmodems.org
> to send in your ModemData.txt
> or send it to me off the list so that we can try to help you out.
> Depending on which chipset is included the
> U.S.Robotics(Mod - 5610B) internal modem (PCI bus) modem
> might be supported by the serial driver,
> have support through linuxant(not free) only 14.4KBs and No support.
I don't understand why all this is necessary.
Fedora Core 5 detected and configured this modem automatically.
When did Fedora stop supporting modems?
This is *not* a linmodem -- it's a real modem.
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If it is a real modem "true hardware modem", then there should be no problems. Fire up a terminal
# wvdialconf /etc/wvdial.conf
should find your modem. If it does not post the output you get. Typically the modem should show up as /dev/ttyS0, ttyS1, ttyS2, ttyS3, ...
Hope this finds your modem. If the case is that it needs an rpm, go ahead and download the one that is found in your original link you provided about this USR modem .
Pinpoint customers who are looking for what you sell.
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