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Old 03-01-2004, 03:41 AM   #1
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Question Help! Modem detect problem in fedora core 1

hello everyone!

I install linux fedora core 1. and its great. but only my "intel(r) 536EP V.92 modem" are not detect.

then i install another pci modem in my machine. a "ESS ES56H-PI Data Fax Voice Modem" and linux are detected in the botting . But... (another but)

i check my browser hardware and the modem are not here. i not found my modem.

i intent to creat a conection with the hope of the modem appears in the list but, only appear the net card and mark a Generic modem with status "configurated" but not ocurring nothing.

I search you help... thanks for the atention


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