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By DaneM at 2004-09-16 02:28
USR5610B Internal 56k Modem How-To for Linux

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by WilliamS on Mon, 2006-02-27 17:32
My problem was that while using the usr5610b it would take three tries at least to connect, then would not download mail from one of my three mail accounts - the one given free by the ISP.

I made the first line in /etc/rc.d/rc.serial read:
#!/bin/sh

and on the first attempt it connected the way it should, and also downloaded all the mail including a test from that account.
My fingers are crossed.

Much thanks for the article.

by rolf on Mon, 2007-12-10 10:36
I click the link referenced as:

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This thread is to discuss the article titled: USR5610B Internal 56k Modem How-To for Linux
and all I see is the legal,

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By DaneM at 2004-09-15 23:28
USR5610B Internal 56k Modem How-To for Linux

Legal Stuff

This document is distributed as-is, meaning that the author does not make any guarantees about the accuracy of any of the information contained herein and is not obligated to provide technical support pertaining thereto. Use at your own risk. There is no warranty pertaining to this document. You are free to distribute this document verbatim at no charge, but you may not sell it without express written permission from the author. You are free to modify it as long as you keep this notice intact and post the original author
and some ads...

No howto?

by WilliamS on Mon, 2007-12-10 11:53
Me too.
There is something maybe useful on the manufacturer's website (3com?) which you can download, but then you should change ttyS3 to ttyS4. I don't bother anymore, and it still works.


  



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