I don't know about question 1, but I doubt it.
The simplest modem to use, and to guarantee that it would work in Linux
would be an external one :)
adam beecher wrote:
>> Let's start one of those really annoying "recommendation threads"...
>> I currently run Windows 95. Yes, I'm ashamed of myself. However, I will
> shortly be moving to RedHat 6.1, and my modem is a *cough* internal 33.6k
> USR x2 Winmodem. First of all, is there a Linux driver for it yet, and if
> so - where? Or where's the best place to look myself?
>> I'd prefer to dispose of it humanely and get a 56k though. So - still being
> a relative amateur, and not looking forward to the install at all - what's a
> good modem I can use for both Windows and Linux, with the least amount of
> hassle involved?
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