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  Yeah guys, I have a PnP modem, CommWave v.34 and wanted to use it in Linux.
  NT 4.0 uses it fine, with PnP driver, so I used isapnp tools and it found and configured it, I then went to
  setserial and set the IRQ and PORT isapnp configured. Now, I tried xminicom and made it on this port
  (cua3) but it can't find the modem (It doesn't dial).

   Any idea where I'm wrong?
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make sure you have set your IRQ and PORT settings the same as when u configured your kernel
my PnP modem didn't needed to be isapnp'd it just worked off the shelve :)
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