James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Tue Jul 2 08:49:12 BST 2002
Quality Control wrote:
> Dear Friend, I have a 56 KBPS hardware modem (Motorola make internal)
> which is previosly used by me on Win98. Now I am install Linux with
> KDE but I cannot use my modem. how can i configure it
> Ajit ----- Original Message ----- From: Mariusz Pekala
> <skoot at poczta.onet.pl> To: <kde at mail.kde.org> Sent: Tuesday, July 02,
> 2002 3:51 AM Subject: Re: [kde] Installing modem
>> Dnia pon 1. lipiec 2002 09:52, Quality Control napisał:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I am trying to install Modem (Motorola SM56) but con't do this.
>>> Please help me.
>> Give up and buy some 'hardware' modem. SM56 is a 'software' modem,
>> and as such
>> it requires a complicated 'driver'. This 'driver' is written for
>> Windows. You can see
>> http://e-www.motorola.com/collateral/SM56_DRIVERS.html#linux ,
>> however I was not able to force this driver to work with newer
You don't quite appear to understand what a WinModem is. Please read
And then -- I don't intend to be rude -- take the question to a Linux
installation news group.
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