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Old 08-24-2004, 01:53 PM   #1
farriees
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How to install Modem in Fedora Core 2


Hi there,

I am new to Linux, I am using Fedora Core2.

Now ps let me know step by step how to install new hardware in fc2. I have a US Robotics External Modem. ps let me know from which utility i install the mode i have the driver cd and also let me know how to established a dialup connection in FC2.

And i also want to know if we install new hardware which is the utility to use install new hardware's software.

I hope u guys understand my problem.

Best regards,

Farrukh Shabbir
 
Old 08-24-2004, 03:17 PM   #2
masand
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hi there

to run internet

try "kppp" pretty easy setup

or wvdial.conf

it may be quite posible with the external modem that linux might have installed it
in kppp go for quey modem and see if u get some results

regards
 
Old 08-24-2004, 03:40 PM   #3
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If this is a serial modem then Fedora should automatically detect it on start-up (I've got a serial USR modem on the machine I'm posting from).

Fedora comes with two graphical utilities to make dial-up really easy:

System Tools > Internet Configuration Wizard
System Tools > Network Device Control (to activate/deactivate the modem)

'kppp' is neat, but I don't think that it's installed by default, and the Red Hat tools are just as good. 'wvdial' is a command-line utility.

Even if you use Windows, it's often good advice to copy the manuals off the CD and then throw it away - the supplied software is usually out of date and a newer version will be on the Web. Very few manufacturers provide Linux utilities or drivers, but most of the time everything that you need will be included in your Linux distribution anyway.

Last edited by hob; 08-24-2004 at 03:46 PM.
 
  


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