I'm switching to GNU/Linux currently--HD install--Knoppix V3.2.2 (Debian 2 core), but have to get yet the modem from the most imminent to work.
The modem driver is a *.tar.gz file that was donwloaded to a fat32 partition (=hda4 under Linux)
I'd like to unpack and install the driver, but am failing even to detect it it under Linux (yes, it's there on a E:\).
find / -name [filename] --searches, but finds nothing (*.tar.gz and similar tried, as well as ful filename) --does the Knoppix have different syntax?? Mandrike that I tested before could find not this particular but another file.
mount /dev/hda4 /mnt/windows --returns [have made the /mnt/windows dir already]--
mount: /dev/hda4 already mounted or /mnt/windows busy
mount: according to mtab, /dev/hda4 is already mounted on /mnt/windows
is simple, but has a multilevel answer, how to find/unpack the driver??
Thank you much for your help and enlightening me.