problem configuring my sm56 modem

Posted on 2004-03-23
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I have installed Fedora. But I couldn't configure my modem. My modem is sm56 Pci motorolla modem. I downloaded the driver from www.driverguide.com for sm56 motorolla. but still i can't. ACTUALLY I AM NEW TO LINUX. I mounted NTFS with the help of this site. so plzzz help me with this too.
Question by:d7thstring
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I downloaded the motorola driver from the motorolla site and installed it. And Nothing wroked. I am really confused. what is ttySO,ttyS1,ttyl10.................................Which is appropriate for to configure my sm56pci motorolla modem. I tried all of them but some doesn't respond some says fatal error number 2,fatal error number 7.
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ttyS0 is com port 1 under windows, ttyS1 com port 2 etc.

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