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Old 03-02-2004, 11:39 PM   #1
Registered: Oct 2003
Location: New Zealand, Wellington
Distribution: Red Hat 9, Gentoo 1.4, Vector 4.0
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Intel modem does not work with new kernel

At the moment I'm using Gentoo 1.4 with 2.4.21 nad 536ep intel modem.
I'm using already compiled driver for Mandrake9.2(2.4.21).
I also can compile driver myself under 2.4.20.

The problem is when I compile driver under new 2.4.25 it gives me no warnings, whn I load the modules it gives me no woring exept those about Non-GPL licence. Whn I dial up
it works for some time but then stops transfering the data(after about 5 min).

What could I do about it? I don't want to use 2.4.21 anymore
It does not work under 2.6 either


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