On Wed, Oct 10, 2001 at 12:40:38PM +0100, James Cooper wrote:
> If it's an LT winmodem, Lucent used to provide a module for it on their
> website (ltmodem.o), but this is for an old kernel version so you'll have
> to force it in to your current set up.
You can get a reasonable driver for a Lucent winmodem BUT a P90 is too
feeble to drive a Winmodem under 'doze, never mind Linux
> I think that minicom can handle some winmodems too.
It can handle any winmodems, provided that a driver module is installed
which inter alia provides a way to control the modem (for instance the
Lucent modem driver).
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