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Old 03-25-2004, 02:41 PM   #1
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USR 2977 hardware internal modem with unknown module

I got a USR 2977 internal hardware modem.
In mandrake 9.2, harddrake tell me this...

Vendor: US Robotics/3Com
Bus: PCI
Bus identification: 12b9:1008:12b9:a2
Location on the bus: 2:7:0
Description: 56K FaxModem
Model 5610
Module: unknown
Media class: COMMUNICATION_SERIALUntitled 1

I have it installed on ttyS2.

How can I get this modem to work?

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Old 03-27-2004, 01:11 AM   #2
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Well I posted the same question on another forum and someone suggested that I use other com port and so I did. To my suprise, I connected on com 5 (ttyS4) weird but true.

Anyways now I am trying to get Gaim to work with MSN )

Thank's to the few that read my post.


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