Will a Zoom Processor Modem work in a 64-bit Linux Environment?
I am preparing to transition to Linux on my desktop. I currently am running XP Pro 64, with all the problems that entails. In anticipation of the transition I bought an internal Zoom processor modem (which claims it works in Linux). Unfortunately, it doesn't work in XP64 because no 64-bit drivers exist for it.
Here is the question. I plan to load a 64-bit Linux distro, so will I have the same problem, or will I be able to configure the modem without having 64-bit drivers? Do I need to get a different modem (one designed to operate in a 64-bit environment, if one exists) or is using a 64-bit OS on a 64-bit platform just a stupid idea in general?