Welcome btw :)
>One of Lucent's representatives was here at IBM
>for some modem training the other day, and a
>friend of mine had a chat with him about Linux
>support for their somewhat braindead modems.
Lucent have been quite good, unofficially, with regards
to modem info. Specs. for some of their DSP's are available
on their website, which they pointed the linmodem mailing list to.
At this stage in the LinModem project (www.linmodem.org) a
few people have got bits and pieces of code working, mostly
trying to write sandboxs so the VxDs and such like can be used
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