usb & linux

Posted on 2000-01-25
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I have RH 6.0 linux. I recently bought an ISDN and 3com USR ISDN pro TA modem. Because I had problems using it on com port in win98 I installed it on USB port. Now I wonder is there a way to put my modem in work under linux.
Question by:Malensek
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j2 earned 120 total points
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No. No way whatsoever, first you wait for the 2.4 kernels that has USB support, then you will have to wait for someone to write a driver for the modem.

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