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I was looking under "Hardware" and I can see my modem listed under scanners. Its listed there along with my LCD screen (matrix orbital). For the modem it says "Port ...
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    No modem detected


    I was looking under "Hardware" and I can see my modem listed under scanners. Its listed there along with my LCD screen (matrix orbital). For the modem it says "Port libusb:002:002". So I assume it knows my modem is there, so how can I make it work? If I click the "run config tool" button then it says "alcatel telecom dynamite modem is nt in the scanner database, configure it manually?" (then I will get a list of scanners).

    There is no section for modems in Hardware. All I have in there is a section called "Ethernet Card".

    Modem is a ZyXEL 630-11.

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    There is support for this under linux, but not as part of any standard kernel or distribution as of yet (Aug 6 2004).(click)
    /IMHO
    //got nothin'
    ///this use to look better

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