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Originally posted by fuelinjection So i assume there is no support for this modem then?
First of all, you're probably going to get better answers or quicker solutions in our Hardware forum since your asking if your hardware is supported or not.
Secondly, be considerate to the members who answer questions on this site and not bump your own thread until about 24 hours has passed by without a response. Members are busy, your not always going to get a reply within seconds or minutes.
hmm i havnt checked recently but ur request was for the BT Voyager USB modem and not the BT Voyager 100 USB modem, apparently they all have the same gt3180 and gs7070 globespan virata chip sets i beleive, so all cause its not supported doesnt mean it wont work, try it...... u have nothing to loose
Originally posted by gazza hmm i havnt checked recently but ur request was for the BT Voyager USB modem and not the BT Voyager 100 USB modem
I have to agree with gazza on this one. That might have sped up your responses as it does actually help if you provide better details in your questions. Your original question did not indicate you were using the 100 but rather the other one.
I have had problems getting the BT Voyager modem working consistently in Windows - as have other work colleagues etc. Used to have to reinstall the software every few weeks etc etc. Now I use a ethernet modem (X4 zoom) and have far fewer glitches
I would not waste the effort of trying to get it working in Linux....