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I have a Conexant SoftK56 modem and I cant get it going on my Red Hat 7.1. I added my service provided info which is all dynamic and automatic, and when I'm in the configuration page I try to use that Query modem and it says modem not found. I guess my question is how do I install or check my modem status, and how to get my modem going? Any suggestions on where to start? What do I do, its my first tiem using LInux and I really really want to get to know this OS. Any Help will do Thanks.
Originally posted by isajera did you ever stop and wonder how many of our posts are dedicated to giving these worn and wary web travelers directions to www.linmodems.org? the road from here to there is a well beaten path indeed.
Maybe someone could bully Jeremy into writing a bot for this place! Automatically reply to winmodem and win98 dual boot questions. Oh and good old IP masquarading.