>> We have that problem here with a Dell box that has a WinModem.
> When Win95/98 runs, all is quite. But when it runs Linux, Win3.x or
> NT, the machines buzzes during mouse or network activity. I put
> it down to the modem not being initialized and doing something
> silly when it sees an interrupt.
>> Even moving the mouse in console mode (while running gpm) causes
> the buzzing, so it's not X-related.
>> I couldn't be bothered tracking down and fixing this, as the
> particular machine is only used for multi-OS testing anyway.
You're on the ball. I've got a winmodem as well. There's a speaker on the modem
card. Go figure.
I'm thinking of scrapping the modem anyway because of serious
linux-compatibility issues. It's 56K though.......
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