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Did you run make install as root? It has told me before a bout the prebuilt modules, just ignore it.
I think it gives you an option to not use them, do that. If the modem drivers are properly installed then you can check.
Open kppp->Options->Device tab. In the list of devices the should be a /dev/ttySHSF0 option if the drivers are properly installed. If it isn't there, try using /dev/modem, it might work if they re installed.
Woooops, I confused ya with someone else Well then I can't suggest anything to do with teh freezing. All I can say is that even if I tried I wouldn't be able to get Mandy 10 to freeze.
Do you use kppp to connect?
I know you are working on the modem issue at the moment, but I would just like to add that that your video card's 3D features are not supported under linux. You will only have 2D with this card. ATI only wrote linux drivers for their later cards.
I briefly had this card in one of my boxes and found nothing out there to allow 3D functionality.