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Old 11-12-2006, 06:39 PM   #1
carlgulliver100
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ATI SB400 modem driver for Linux


Hey peeps, Could someone please tell me where I could get hold of a modem driver for a built in 56k modem in a laptop which is a ATI SB400 AC'97. Be a great help if you could as i cant find one anywhere.

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Carl
 
Old 11-13-2006, 12:44 PM   #2
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Quoting www.edwardh.se/s270/?page=html-linux_support:
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Update 2006-03-30Mattias Hanns writes:
It ist simple to get it to run:

1) Load module snd_atiixp_modem (after made it)
2) The modem is a smartlink modem. With gentoo, emerge the ebuild "slmodem"
and run ist within init. Now you have /dev/modem (points to /dev/ttySL0).
With debian use slmodem-daemon and maybe slmodem-source.
3) Use /dev/modem :-)
 
  


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