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    Anyone ever has made work a winmodem under Linux????'

    I'm getting tired trying to install my fkng "winmodem" under SuSE 9.1 without ANY success....

    I've got the right Drivers, but when I try to install it, ALLWAYS a message error of any kind.

    It's an Intel 537 winmodem.

    I'd really appreciate any kind of sugestions. Perhaps installing my old Pentium 233 modem could help?? Should I try?

    As I'm new to Linux I'm still trying to learn, so far i love it.

    Othe thing: i've manually and succesfully installed the Nvidia drivers!! It makes me proud!. But the TV out system still not works.. perhaps because I'm using a simple RCA cable instead a SuperVIdeo??? can be?? I've got an Nvidia Gforce 2 MX/MX 400

    Cheers and allways gratefull.


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    Linux Engineer Nerderello's Avatar
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    Apr 2003
    North East England
    I've used Lucent chipped PCI (internal) modems in the past, my experiences with thos are the source of the Winmodem in Linux tutorial in this forum (

    I take it that you got your drivers from -

    What error message do you get (excatly) when you try and instal the driver?

    Sorry, can't help with the nvidia TV out question, you'd be better off asking that as a seperate question.


    Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
    Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS

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    Thanks a lot, but I've already made my modem work!! and I'm very pleased!! Thanks anyway, about the Nvidia issues I'll try with other Topic.

    Cheers and happy 2005


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