Ian Spillane wrote:
>> It was an Intel 536ep! Am I a dope! Could this possibly have been
> described as a hardware modem?
Yup, I know the one... Loosely fits the "hardware" definition as it is
just controllerless w/ DSP. Never had any luck with this chipset under
Anyone know if the Red Hat 9 RPM would work with FC4? I know less than
nothing about either of them :)
Which version of SuSE was it? There's a package here which may not exist
on the CDs for licensing reasons:
> Any advice for a sincere fan of Linux but getting a bit pissed off
> with the impossibility of having to run two operating systems.
Again, a serial hardware modem. It's another plug, but it's a great
investment too. You can use it on pretty much any OS which can address
the serial port :)
If it costs less than about 30 Euro or is PCI then it's probably not
fully hardware controlled.
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