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Hi! I have just downloaded a driver for Aztech 100u usb modem from lugs.org.sg . I copied the file to linux via samba and extracted the files using the file ...
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    Does the kernel recognize Aztech 100u modem driver ?


    Hi!
    I have just downloaded a driver for Aztech 100u usb modem from lugs.org.sg . I copied the file to linux via samba and extracted the files using the file roller program in redhat 8.

    Now,there's a problem. I do not know whether the modem driver is installed in the kernal already or not. Is there a way to test ( in GUI or command line) to check if the Aztech 100u usb modem driver is installed in the kernel?

    If it is,do you know the steps to start up a broadband connection to the web?
    Or if it isn't,what should I do to install the driver ?

    Pls reply quickly if you can.....thanks!

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    You probably have to compile the drivers yet and then load.

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