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My modem is US.Robotic Sportster 33,6 Kbps internal  in the com 1. After installing Red Hat LINUX 5.0 (kernel 2.09) there is no "/dev/modem" in my operating system.
Can you help me to solve this problem ?
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It's usually a link to the real device. Try:

ln -s /dev/ttyS0 /dev/modem
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