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ToothlessRebel 09-19-2004 07:53 PM

PCI modem problems
 
Having read the HOWTO for these little boogers, and read the man pages for every command I could find that this HOWTO contains, I still can't figure out how to make this work.

As of this post (from another computer, obviously) I can tell you I am using Slackware 9.1 and the the standard kernel that comes with that. I can't remember the exact version number.

I am using a 56k v.92 PCI Modem model: DX-M100 by DYNEX. I believe it is an intel chip.

Also, I came here first because most answers I get are usually here, but after this post I am checking with Dynex via thier website.

Output from lspci -vv and my exact kernal will be added tomorrow morning, after I get them off my Linux machine and copy it all down.

tricky_linux 09-19-2004 08:30 PM

best place to check is www.linmodems.org
will search on ur modem though

tricky_linux 09-19-2004 08:42 PM

u are very luck
good news for u.
ur modem's chipset should be Intel 536EP which was stated in
http://www.dynexproducts.com/alm?Dyn...0_Modem_manual
or ur modem's documentation.
anyway, u can find the driver at http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scri...?ProductID=977
all u have to do is select the dist. ur are using.
if urs aren't listed, then just select linux* and compile it.
for how to compile it. go to www.linmodems.org for further info

ToothlessRebel 09-19-2004 10:07 PM

Hmm
 
I looked into Dynex website and found the chipset. Still hadn't found the driver yet. Thanks for the tips and the ultimate help!

ToothlessRebel 09-20-2004 09:08 AM

Hmm, had to get the source and got it compiling. Using Slackware 9.1 I get the message:

unknown distrobution, no install scripts loaded

and an install error 1

Being the curious individual I am, I tried looking through the install script, as the reame suggests, to try and find the error. Unfortunitely, that didn't help.


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