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Winmodem or not?

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Is the Gateway Telepath 28.8 modem a winmodem? It is ISA, but has a driver disk. I need to get it to work with linux.
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by:rayt333
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I do not believe so, this is an older modem and not much info available for it but I did find this one that describe installing it in NT and using a USR driver for it

http://www.gateway.com/support/techdocs/references/ddref/modguid/tp288nt4.shtml
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I have found the drivers for it and nowhere does is say Winmodem so I think we can safely assume it is not a winmodem, do you need link to drivers?
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by:bbowers031500
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No, i just need to figure out how to get it working under Linux, either Red Hat Linux 5.2 Deluxe, or Winlinux 2000
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Thanks a lot.
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by:rayt333
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It may be manufactered by USR so set it up like it was a USR modem, probably easier to find the drivers for it then a Telepath modem.
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Even for linux?
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I would try the USR driver for linux to see, unless you can find an exact driver then try the 28.8 USR driver, I really don't much about Linux so I can't help there. Anything is worth a shot at least once
Good Luck
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Thanks
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