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Does AT&T winmodem work in Linux??

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Hello.....I have an AT&T winmodem ..and I am Having problems with the installation of this modem in Linux...
is There any linux driver for this Modem???
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I don't believe that AT&T makes the modem, I think that they make the chip/chipset that is on the modem, do you have the original documentation (who,what and where) on the modem.

Also, I don't think that Linux supports p&p modems................ but you might want to hit the following to get the ins and outs:

www.linux.com

bill
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The "AT&T" modem is a Rockwell HSP device. Not supported in linux.

See http://www.redhat.com/support/hardware/intel/61/rh6.1-hcl-i.ld-14.html  (valid for any linux distribution) and www.linmodems.org for details
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