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I just installed Red Hat 6.1
It will not recognize my modem.  I have checked a compatibility list and my modem is not listed.  Is there any way for me to select a "generic" modem during setup???

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Hi Michaelg19,

The first thing is are you using X-Windows ie. GNOME or KDE.
1. If you are using KDE you can use kppp - a graphical tool which will help you configure your modem - Under Internet option on the menu list.

2. if you are using GNOME you can use - Dialup Configuration Tool - Under Internet option on the menu list.
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Can you post what kind of modem you have?
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I am running Gnome.  

the modem is a PCI 56k
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