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Old 06-08-2004, 06:29 AM   #1
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Question USB gsm modem setup


I've been googling for hours, and now I have to turn to the community;

My goal: have a falcom twist usb (gsm) modem work on fedora core 2 and smsd.

What I've done: Connected the modem to the system.
"new full speed USB device using address 5" is added to my /var/log/messages

I've read a bit about acm, but I have no acm files in /dev/usb
The smsd ( tells me it can't find any modems on /dev/ttySx (x=number) nor on /dev/usb/ttyUSBx (x=number).

When it tells me "using address 5" in /var/log/messages .. does that mean it should be reachable through /dev/ttyS4? I would think so...


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