BB code is On. Slackware This Forum is for the discussion of Slackware Linux. Bevore purcahsing a modem I did read a houge amount of posts, the ACORP was reported as working with several linux OS-s most of the posts I found were of Debian , nobody mentioned special drivers. Yes, I had a Motorola 56K external modem running in Thank you in advance for your help! If so, then it is clear that it is either a problem of the modem not being supported by Linux unlikely, as you say it reportedly works with Debian or of your system. If not, however, then your problem can have many causes.
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The time now is But may be, you can track it down a bit more, now. Sorry, I just don’t recall the name of the two projects at the moment I 336000 done this on my laptop, and it worked within minutes.
As long as this doesn’t work, it will probably of little help to buy a third modem As far as I recall, there is still another open source driver for Agere chipsets available, but I don’t remember the name. Originally Posted by kris But did you also try the same faxmodem on another system?
Page 1 of 2. Originally Posted by gargamel I am asking, because almost all hardware modems should work in data mode with Slackware. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Actually, I’ve had three or four different external serial fax modems running with various versions Slackware over the years.
Originally Posted by cwizardone Only the following internal unit specifically states it supports Linux: Originally Posted by cwizardone http: Originally Posted by kris Pre working on this any further I would now be interested: Problem of BIOS setup; see, if there are options for serial line support Specific modem driver, included with Debian, but not with the standard kernel, and therefore not with Slackware; in that case, the task would be to find the sources and compile them on your system COM1 and COM2 or ttyS0 and ttyS1 are mixed up; I had this problem on a machine with pre-installed Windows years ago; in Windows the proprietary software solved the problem and displayed the expected connections, but in actually my modem was connected to ttyS1, when I thought it was connected to COM1 ttyS0.
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Bevore purcahsing a modem I did read a houge amount of posts, the ACORP was reported as 36300 with several linux OS-s most of the posts I found were of Debiannobody mentioned special drivers. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I am googling know for about two weeks but it seems that the setup was earlier obvious to everyone and the generic descriptions of old times did not help.
If so, it won’t tell you a lot, only that the modem hardware is probably not malfunctioned. I’d really prefer to be more constructive, but as I said, there are many things that can go wrong. In your case it so far looks to me, that something is wrong in your system, and only if it is fixed you will be able to find out deficiencies of a particular fax modem.
If so, then it is clear that it is either a problem of the modem not being supported by Linux unlikely, as you say it reportedly works with Debian or of your system. Hi gargamel, thank you for your time writing these ideas.
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They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. How to config serial modem to send Fax on a MDK You can see from the outside, how the device responds to commands and signals. Originally Posted by gargamel Regarding your current problem: