[Scottish] modems

Huard, Elise - D C&W Consultant scottish at mailman.lug.org.uk
Mon Feb 3 10:49:01 2003


sounds good,  It does have a PCMCIA slot, though i'll have to rebuild my
kernel because i didn't expect to use it anytime soon ...  if you find the
windows cds that would be handy, i do dual boot.  As for the snow, no
problem, i'm not really in a position to complain anyway :-)  
And the snow gave me a good excuse to postpone a trip south, so i'm very
forgiving today :-)

> ----------
> From: 	Michael Cameron[SMTP:Michael.Cameron@Galston.co.uk]
> Reply To: 	scottish@mailman.lug.org.uk
> Sent: 	03 February 2003 10:37
> To: 	scottish@mailman.lug.org.uk
> Subject: 	RE: [Scottish] modems
> >
> >isn't that an internal one (sorry if i'm thick) ?  I wouldn't mind making
> a
> >donation any way (as well as paying your cost for posting it)  but
> >i need an
> >external one.
> >Thank you,
> >
> >Elise
> >
> PC Card aka PCMCIA (not PCI card).  I am assuming that your laptop has a
> PCMCIA slot?  I used it on my IBM Thinkpad (laptop) prior to drivers for
> its
> built in Winmodem becoming available so it works fine under Linux.  I can
> also dig out the Windows install disks if you want, don't know if you dual
> boot or not.  As for posting it, today does not look promising - thick
> snow,
> steep driveway & unsalted road I'm afraid.
> Michael
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