I think that the vendor supplied module makes it act as an acm device.
To use it I have to run capiinit which then loads up the module and any
I'm tempted to try and get my mitts on a copy of Suse 7 or 8 to try it with
From: Waider [mailto:waider at waider.ie]
Sent: Monday, July 15, 2002 11:02 AM
To: HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2)
Cc: 'ilug at linux.ie'
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Fritz USB ISDN TA
HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) wrote:
> Hi All,
>> I have just bought a USB ISDN TA and need to get it running under
> Linux. The vendor does supply rpms for Suse, and also source code for
> the rpms, but my RedHat 7.3 box has been more than just a little bit
> unhappy since I tried to compile and integrate the modules. The
> vendor module allows you to use the TA as an acm device. Has anyone
> else played with these at all?
Hmm. If it's just an ACM device, you should be able to plug it right in
and access it via /dev/ttyACM0 or thereabouts. Details in
/usr/src/linux*/Documentation/acm/usb.txt . I didn't have to do any
compiling on my pretty stock RedHat 7.3 install. Or the 7.2 install,
come to that.
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