[Scottish] Internal modems

george scottish at mailman.lug.org.uk
Mon Jan 13 17:39:00 2003


Any other time I might have given it a go, but I have an exam tomorrow 
so I think spending 15 or so on another modem would be a better idea. 
Thanks for the help

George

Cameron Logie wrote:

>OK, according to http://www.yourvote.com/pci/vendors.txt the device seems
>to be a '536EP V.92 PCI (DSP) Data Fax Modem'.
>
>I had one of these, thinking that it was a hardware modem, where it
>actually turned out to be another CPU based modem with some DSP functions
>on it.
>What you can maybe try is the Intel HaM driver for linux but be prepared
>for some closed-source footering and possibly a kernel recompile to get it
>working.
>
>FYI Have a look at
>http://www.intel.com/design/modems/support/drivers_linux.htm
>
>Regards,
>Cammy.
>
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>george said:
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>>It's an intel chipset, heres what I get when I run the command
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>> 00:06.0 Communication controller; Intel cop: Unkown device 1040
>>Subsystem: Intel corp.: Unknown device 1000
>>Flags: Bus master, medium devsel, latency 32, IRQ 12
>>Memory at df000000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=4M]
>>Capabiliites: [e0] Power Managment version 2
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>>George
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>>Cameron Logie wrote:
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>>>George,
>>>
>>>Have you tried 'lspci -v' in MD to make sure that's OK ?
>>>Any chance of some chip numbers from the modem card ?
>>>
>>>Cammy.
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>>>george said:
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>>>>Cameron and Ian,
>>>>                             Thanks for the quick response. The modem
>>>>is listed with an IRQ number at boot, it's a PCI and it's plug and
>>>>play
>>>>
>>>>George
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>>>>Cameron Logie wrote:
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>>>>>George,
>>>>>
>>>>>Do you seen a 'Comm device' with an IRQ listed before MD boot ?
>>>>>
>>>>>Cammy.
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>>>>>george said:
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>>>>>>I am trying to get my modem working with MD9. My old external modem
>>>>>>coughed a hairball and died, now MD won't pick up the new (internal
>>>>>>modem) it's a hardware modem not software so I know that isn't the
>>>>>>problem
>>>>>>
>>>>>>George
>>>>>>
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