On Fri, 2002-03-29 at 16:39, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> I would imagine killing the correct process should get you out of that (e.g.
> card services). Have you checked out /etc/serial.opts? cat -ing around
> /proc/interrupts and suchlike might give you a hint (e.g. /etc/serial.opts
> wants irq10, but the sound has that). Another thing is the access; pcmcia
Thanks for the reply Declan. I managed to sort it out. I think that the
lt_modem stuff isn't needed for the modem. Instead of using the
/dev/modem which was symlinked to whatever, I just configured the dialer
to use /dev/ttyS04, and away it went.
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