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REGARDING MY INTERNAL MODEM

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I USE RH 7.3 I INSTALLED IT FEW DAYS BACK.WHEN I BOUGHT DLINK INTERNAL MODEM AND PUTTEN IN TO ONE OF MY PCI SLOTS THE RH 7.3 DETECTED MY MODEM.HOW TO CONFGIRE IT.IS IT WINMODEM DOES IT WORK FOR LINUX
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First you will need to find out the chipset of the modem. Complete instructions are avalable in the LinModem-HOWTO and also a site dedicated to Linux and WinModems can be found at http://www.linmodems.org 

Complete Instructions cam be found on that site including the HOWTO.

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