Originally Posted by cwizardone I was looking around on the Accorp web site and get the impression, but could be wrong, that you have a “lite,” aka, “win modem,” i. Can’t find fax-modem or serial card. I’d really prefer to be more constructive, but as I said, there are many things that can go wrong. Find More Posts by cwizardone. BB code is On. All times are GMT
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Acorp 56EMS Drivers
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Originally Posted by cwizardone Only the following internal unit specifically states it supports Linux: What I would try next is to see, if it works with ttyS1 see below, why. Find More Posts by cwizardone.
On the other hand, it has never helped a lot to know that a modem worked in data mode. If even this program fails, there’s certainly something wrong.
You can see from the outside, how the device responds to commands and signals. Originally Posted by gargamel Regarding your current problem: As I said, I haven’t done it in a while, and when I did, it was acprp the Martian driver existed. I did never had a serial modem previously, so my knowledge about these is near to zero. Having a problem logging in?
External serial fax modem not responding
Page 1 of 2. Actually, I’ve had three or four different external serial fax modems running with various versions Aocrp over the years. Find More Posts by gargamel. All tests were made on ttyS0 and ttyS1 both, actually on two different linux boxes an Intel from and an other fromboth running Slackware Fax modem not responding.
You should be able to set up an internet connection with KPPP or wvdial relatively easily. Now, that doesn’t help you, at all, I know, but unfortunately this is, where my outdated knowledge ends. External modem not responding.
336000 find fax-modem or serial card. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Originally Posted by cwizardone However the following model does say it is “controller based: I presumed here that there should be a driver for the serial modem but did not find anything in the kernel config which appeared to be that.
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Instead I was recommended to buy a faxmodem with many LEDs. In your case it so far looks to me, that something is wrong in your system, and only if it is fixed you will be able to find out deficiencies of a particular fax modem.
It’s quite possible, that your hardware is incompatible, but are you talking of your modem or your computer? Acotp Posted by gargamel I am asking, because almost all hardware modems should work in data mode with Slackware.
Originally Posted by gargamel For more advanced acop it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. As far as I recall, there is still another open source driver for Agere chipsets available, but I don’t remember the name. Thank you in advance for your help! Which can be very helpful, especially on a fax server.