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Old 07-24-2005, 11:19 AM   #1
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Fantastic info on Installing Modem in Linux/Fedora

Checkout the two url's below,everything for setting up modems
If you have any WinModem in your hardware, goto BIOS setup on your computer and
disable WinModems.

For general info on linux compatible modems.
If you can't reach the below url's, right click, copy model and go onto Google and paste.
I have had good luck with the Actiontec PCI Call Waiting modem in Linux.

For model: Actiontec PC1156012-01cw pci internal

For model: Actiontec EXV156012-01 external
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