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Boca OnLine EXPRESS 28.8 modem under linux

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Hello,
 
I have a RedHat 4.1 installation on a Pentium 166 and my internal modem MV.34AI from Boca cannot be recognized by de system. In order to work inwindows and dos, this modem needs a special driver for the serial port, which is supplied by Boca Research.
 
Can somebody help me?

Tanks,

Paulo Gomes
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I recommend that you purchase a new modem as your 28.8 will more then likely never be supported in linux.  I knew someone with the same problem and there is no driver for it anywhere so unless someone out there decides to write one which probably will not happen I'm sorry to say you're out of luck.
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