From: Baldwin_James at domain emc.com
Date: Wed 19 Jun 2002 - 12:11:52 IST
From: Stephen_Irunintowalls_Reilly at domain dell.com [mailto:Stephen_Reilly at domain dell.com]
>of days but nobodys really said whether it was likely to work.
>Have a little faith :) It may or may not work. It should be fun finding out
>though. Give it a try and let us know. If it works, send a mail to the list
>from the system.
Spoken like a true mad scientist ;) I agree with experimenting thou for a
limited amount of hours
as regards Jame's comment:
>>I have never had any consistent luck with the ltmodem server on the dell
>"Dell" Lucent modems ? I don't remember Dell making modems...
as regards Stephe's comment:
Dell-_branded_ lucent modems with those dodgy modem init strings/drivers so
the same modem could work Europe-wide
>>Yes, ltmodem never correctly set the IRQ, but when I fixed that, the
>>became handshaking and sometimes carrier detection drop outs...
> nothing a good sed script couldn't have fixed
explainez vous :) sed script running in the Eircom exchange or on the device
>>Damn modem kept jumping IRQ's + I/o's every few reboots...so I bought an
>>external Diamond Supraexpress....problem solved ;)
>reboots ? what are they ? Either way there are quite a number of
>modems which will consistantly (or are purported to) work in Linux.
>Win/Linmodems, if you can get them working will always be the
>solution though. Well that or carrier pigeon.
Carrier Pigeon please ;)
>>just my 2 cent...
>sure you can spare it ?
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