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Old 03-03-2004, 05:42 PM   #1
Tiyogi
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Looking for command that tell me what modules are loaded for modem


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RH8.0
Intel-v92 ham modem. Chipset MD5628D-L-B
Pentium II 300Hz


I have one of those infamous Intel-Ham modems. I want to find out if the modules that are loaded are the correct ones. The reason for this is explained below.
I have done the following:
Did a Hardware brows and Modem was not detected.

Downloaded both offical and complied version for RH8.0
1) http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scri...=&submit=Go%21
2) http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/pack...am-453-R80.tgz

Installed driver per instruction modem, one at a time.

Use the command "dmesg" it shows the modules as being loaded.

Did a Modem Query thru KPPP Result say I have a MD5628D-L-A

My chip set on the board says it a MD5628D-L-B


Is there any way of finding out what the modules loaded are? And is there any files that I can check in or correct so that I get version "B" not "A"?

If anyone has been successful in getting one of these modems to work, can you give me any advice other then go buy a external modem. I wish I could but I just can not afford it at this time.
 
Old 03-03-2004, 07:31 PM   #2
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As root run:

# /sbin/lsmod

That will print out all modules loaded. Also, check your /etc/modules.conf file. that will tell you the modules that are auto loaded at boot.
 
  


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