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PCI MicroModem 56k HSP on Slack 4.0 / kernel 2.2.10 ???

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How I can recognize a HSP Modem by slackware 4.0 with 2.2.10 kernal ?
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All HSP modems are winmodems. They won't work in linux since the modem is software based and the specs for the software interface haven't been released to the public. There are no serious efforts to write linux drivers for them. Your best bet is to get a hardware based modem.
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The PCTel Inc. has just released a driver of their HSP modens for Linux. So son we can expect tha this problem be solved.
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