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Re: Is there a way to run HSP modems on Linux

Thanks Ambar,

I thought I'll surely have to get a new modem but linmodems.org gives some hope. Thanks again.

It's quite amazing how they have a '.org' site for everything Linux. I'm hooked on.

- Prashant
On Mon, 23 October 2000, "Ambar Roy" wrote:

> you are wrong!!! linux does not support most of the winmodems, other
> internal modems, which are true modems are supported in linux! also u might
> like to go to this site: http://www.linmodems.org
> > Forgive me if I'm wrong. But I think I remember reading this at some Linux
> > web site. They said that at present Linux does not support any Internal
> > Modem.
> >> I'm a new Linux user and have RH 6.2 running on my machine. Being unable
> to
> >> install my modem on Linux I searched on the web and on a couple of site
> >> found information that HSP modems run only on Windows.
> >>
> >> My modem is an internal DAX 56K HSP Micromodem.
> >>
> >> Is there any way in which I can use my modem on Linux?  

Prashant Dobriyal @ Linux
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