Lucent Winmodem with Linux Kernel 188.8.131.52
It's me again :oops:
Basically, continuing from the subject above, I got the drivers for Mandrake, kernel 184.108.40.206, checked the kernel source had been installed from the installation discs (it had) and so followed the instructions on this page (http://www.mandrakeusers.org/index.php?showtopic=13773) to compile the drivers.
After "compiling" I installed kppp. I used the Internet connection option in the Control Centre to set up a dialup connection. When I tried to select Lucent modem for the modem, it said "sorry, we only support 2.4 kernels and above" so I selected Manual Choice instead. I set it to port COM1. I tested the connection using kppp and it kept "initialising modem" indefinitely. It just occurred to me that in Windows, it says the modem is connected to COM3.
As for the compiling, I think that's where the problem is. Here's what happened (referring to the link above):
cp -v *.ko /lib/modules/`uname -r`/other
Cannot stat `*.ko`; No such file or directory
I followed all the instructions exactly. All the other commands worked fine, no errors. I'm not really familiar with installing/compiling anything on Linux, so whatever I'm doing wrong is probably simple but I can't see it. Please help.
Module ltserial not found
Thanks in advance ^_^