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Old 01-21-2008, 12:45 PM   #1
Prasanna Rajaram
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Motorola dial up modem

Hi guys,

Ive a motorola SM56 dial up modem in my PC through which is connect to the internet. Since i don't have a proper driver for the same i'm forced to use windows over the internet....which i frankly completely dislike

I have downloaded drivers from and tried them but in vain.. If any of you have a tested driver for my Motorola SM56 Speaker phone dialup modempl let me know

I would be really grateful to those who gimme a solution

Old 01-21-2008, 06:38 PM   #2
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after a search at LQ I found juby

and go here

try in this order, (it may not work as its a windows only modem)

redhat 9/ mandrake 10/ then choose cpu suse


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