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I recently added the d-link data/voice/fax 56kbps dialup modem,after added the modem at the time of booting redhatlinux9 automatically configured the modem.In KDI desktop environment using the kppp application i ...
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- 02-15-2006 #1
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- 02-15-2006 #2
sounds like you are not pointing at the correct device. If your modem plugs into a serial port (called Com ports in Windows) then the device to use is /dev/ttyS0 (this would be called Com1 in Windows land), if it is pkugged into the second serial port (if you have more than one), then it is called /dev/ttyS1 (which would be called Com2 in windows).
Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS