From: Paul Curtayne (niche at domain tinet.ie)
Date: Mon 03 May 1999 - 23:49:26 IST
FWIW, according to PC Advisor this month (admittedly not the most
advanced mag around) every single internal PCI modem they have ever
seen has been a Winmodem.
To their credit they are unhappy about this and think they are not a
good idea, mainly because they use the CPU way too much as has often
noted by Linux lovers and others.
If this is so this answers the single most common question about
modems and Linux. ie is every PCI modem a winmodem. I wonder if it is
strictly true however.
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