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Old 01-31-2005, 05:24 PM   #1
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Angry again - problem With Intel 536ep


Sorry for bother u again with this,

I have a problem with my modem on Suse 9.2(Intel 536ep V 92)
When I was install Suse 9.2 ,my modem was successfully identify..
--Intel 536 EP V.92--
But ,when I try to dial up ,my modem doesn't do anything ,simpy nothing.
Then I was download new driver from Intel drivers page :
intel-536ep-4.69-suse91-up.tgz ,and try to install them like was saying in readme.txt like this:

"make clean" - OK
"make 536" - says that mising kernel source.... <- that's the problem?

can anyone halp me with this?

p.s. sorry for english
Old 01-31-2005, 06:45 PM   #2
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Are you sure that you have the kernel sources installed? If so, you may need to provide it's path to the driver installer.


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