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Get an external serial port modem - it is not guranteed it is hardware modem but the bets are very high it is, so if it is - 100% guranteed to work under linux. But it can cost you around $100 or more, this is the only drawback
well first recognize the chipset of your modem .
may be it is already supported in linux. otherwise buy any hardware modem or PCI. in PCI you can choose any conexant modem or any modem which is based on conexant chipset.
conexant modems are cheap and and have a lot of drivers for linux.