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Old 12-02-2003, 09:32 AM   #1
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Linux...Modems...Asterisks PBX

First off i need to get my modem working with slackware, i ran RH 7.0 before and it worked without any user config. Now i have Slack 9.0 and it seems to not even have a dialer with it. Basically my intention is to get it working and then make it work as the main line from TelCO for an asterisks pbx phone system. Also will a modem work with the pbx, i have been searching for help with the harware side but can't find any and i don't want to spend 500 bucks for hardware, this is only a small homephone system that probably won't be around for more then 3 years.
The modem is a 'super voice' HSP Modem
--Do i need to make the drivers for linux or where can i find them on the RH cd (i have check linmodems and havn't found the rigth drivers yet)
--will this modem work for the asterisks pbx if linux recognizes it. And any cheap hardware ideas for this will run at least 7 phones (thats a lot of wiring)


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