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Howdy,

I have a Supra SupraExpress 33.6 modem using Comm Port 3.. a Triton III motherboard with a P-166 processor..  and I have installed RedHat 4....

I am using /dev/cua2 and /dev/ttys2...  I have setserial on them both...  however, when I run minicom, it just says `dialing`, yet no response, and when I try Seyon... it says that no modem is detected....  when I ls -laF /dev/modem, I see the link to /dev/cua2

So I 'think' that all is set up right...

Can Anyone Please help me???

thanks
Shark
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I suppose /dev/modem is a link to cua2, not /dev/mouse???
Try 'seyon -modems /dev/cua2', perhaps it just isn't configured properly.

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Use isapnptools to initialize the modem, then use setserial to
tell the kernel where the modem is.


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