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Old 12-20-2003, 11:00 AM   #1
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Question associate /mnt/modem to /dev/ttyhcf0?


I just installed 9.2 and the free hcf rpm. The install went fine, but it did not creat the modem folder under /mnt. After creating this folder myself, how do I associate it to the right driver thing. Would it be, ttyhcf0 or something similiar?

I also tried the hcfconfig command, but it said file unkown or something, I closed the original shell before issuing the command. Would that matter. I couldn't find where the rpm went to with make install, so I just did it from the same folder as the rpm.

Any thoughts.
BTW, it's an Aopen FM56-PX modem....Another thought whats a program that would check to see if the modem actually runs, but not necessarily connect to the net?
 
Old 12-20-2003, 11:03 AM   #2
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I guess it wasn't make install, whatever the command is for rpm's
 
Old 12-21-2003, 08:00 AM   #3
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Try looking for /dev/modem - for a modem it would normally create a block device under /dev
 
Old 12-22-2003, 09:01 PM   #4
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After installing, depending on the driver you used, you might have to run hcfpciconfig from a terminal window(as root/su). The you should be able to open kppp or whatever ppp utility you happen to use and all should be well. If the modem doesn't dial out with /dev/modem selected, try /dev/hcftty0 or similar.
 
Old 12-23-2003, 02:12 AM   #5
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I guess that I don't need /mnt/modem. I didn't mess with anything except for minicom. Mandrake control center can't find my modem and it just hangs on "net_monitor" in the shell...

Alright, so I used minicom as su, with /dev/ttySHCF0 as the serial or whatever. By typing the "at" command I got "ok", meaning that the modem is hooked up. I was able to get my regular phone to ring; evidently it works properly.

I then tried to connect to my isp and I had this on the screen...
===============================================
CONNECT 9600


******************************************************
* *
* WARNING --- WARNING --- WARNING --- WARNING *
* *
* !Unauthorized Access is Strictly Forbidden! *
* *
* Unauthorized access to networks, systems, hosts *
* or any other resources is strictly forbidden. *
* Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent *
* of the law. *
* *
******************************************************

User Access Verification

Username: xxxxxxx
Password: xxxxxxx
choice:
Entering PPP mode.
Async interface address is unnumbered (FastEthernet0)
Your IP address is xx.xx.xx.xxx. MTU is 1500 bytes
Header compression will match your system.

~ }#+!}!E} !}"}&} }*} } }%}&;=qa}'}"}(}"}1}$}%f}3})}!ras.fd+~~ }#+!}!E} !}"}&}~
NO CARRIER
====================================================

I was connected for around 5-10 seconds and then recieved the output at the very bottom. It must be some kind of setting inside minicom, but I have no idea what it would be.

Does anyone know what this means and/or how to fix it?
 
  


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