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Does anyone know of an internal 56K modem that works for linux?  I know Winmodems and PCI modems don't work.  I need an internal one, not an external one.

Thanks in advance
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Actiontec 56K CALL WAITING MODEM works great with Linux. It is an internal PCI modem.

Note:  There is a great site out there that talks of winmodems and modems in general (Check this out before you buy a modem for Linux):

http://www.idir.net/~gromitkc/winmodem.html



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