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Can anyone help please. P4 2.2 gb 512 MB ram. Modem is on Slot 5, Com3 in win XP I have tried to manually set up the internal hayes V92 ...
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    Hayes Acura PCI internal modem not detected in SuSE V8.2 Pro


    Can anyone help please.
    P4 2.2 gb 512 MB ram. Modem is on Slot 5, Com3 in win XP

    I have tried to manually set up the internal hayes V92 modem, all I get when trying to dial out is unkown host in K conqueror.

    I tried the various "ports" in linux, initalise settings, anything I could see, I have it set on dial up and dynamic DNS address. but in the modem list, it states PPo for the thing.
    I don't see a Linux driver at the Hayes web site.

    However, if I can get my Speedtouch working on broadband I'll not really need the hayes modem, I have got the drivers and things for the Speedtouch, I just have to work out how to install it. Complex isn't the word. But it will all come - sometime.
    Total newbie.

    May I offer thanks in advance please.

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    Is this a WinModem? In that case you'll need a special driver for it. If it isn't, check /proc/tty/driver/serial and see what ports are listed.
    Have you got this modem to actually dial a number and connect to the other node on it?

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    Yes, it's a winmodem, I've given up on it.
    Thanks a lot for your reply.

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    Have you checked http://www.linmodems.org/?

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    Yup.

    I've located a phonic pci V92 modem that has a linux driver on it's driver CD.

    i'm about to buy it.

    thanks for your replies.

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