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I get this for the ltserial: linux:~ # modprobe ltserial FATAL: Error inserting ltserial (/lib/modules/2.6.4-override-default/ltserial.ko): No such device And when I do ltmodem, nothing happens really. I don't get any ...
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- 08-02-2004 #11
linux:~ # modprobe ltserial
FATAL: Error inserting ltserial (/lib/modules/2.6.4-override-default/ltserial.ko): No such device
And when I do ltmodem, nothing happens really. I don't get any message. I try to connect, and it says the same old thing.
- 08-02-2004 #12
It sounds like that isn't the right driver you have. The driver has to match the kernel version.Me & Myself just ganged up on I....... Now We all have problems..and none of Us are speaking!
bash-3.00$ uname -a
SunOS sparky 5.11 OpenSolaris-swa sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise
- 08-03-2004 #13
I'm using the driver that came with the SuSE 9.1 Pro CD... therefore, theoretically it should match the kernel.
- 08-05-2004 #14
Ok, well I've given up on getting me modem to work. I'm now going to purchase an external modem and use that.
Either a creative modem blaster or olitec.
- 08-05-2004 #15
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- 08-06-2004 #16
Thanks for that DgWsd.
Can you tell me how I would be able to compile and install that?
Although I'd love to get an external modem for various reasons, it is €60 and if I can get my internal modem working I'm thinking that may be best.
- 07-01-2006 #17
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- Jul 2006
Hello, I have the same problem.
I've got SUSE 10.1.
It detects my modem, says that it is Agere Lucent and so on,
proposes to configure it, I do,
but when I try to dial with KInternet or wvdial
it writes me too that /dev/modem does not exist.
By the way,
in Windows the modem is attached to COM3.
should I write, /dev/ttyS3 in configuration dialog ?
So, I fill so stupid. I've heard from peoplee that they'd succeeded with there Winmodems, but I can't.
Now I will ask for help in linmodems.org.