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PCTel HSP56 dialup modems
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shankargopal

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Dec 2005, 09:35    Post subject:  PCTel HSP56 dialup modems  

One more dialup modem question for today...

I use Puppy on six different computers regularly, and it works brilliantly on all of them (except for one weird problem). Naturally that means that I run into a lot of dial up modems too.

So far I've found solutions for HCF/HSF modems, Broadcom modems, and the usual SmartLink and Lucent modem packages, two of them thanks to the great folks on this forum.

However, I'm stumped now with a PCTel PCI card modem. The PCI ID is 134d:2189, which corresponds to a PCTel HSP56 modem. ScanModem can't even find the modem on the PCI bus. I tried downloading pctel.zip from here, but the pre-compiled pctel.o module refuses to load (even insmod -f complains and drops out) and one can't compile things in puppy... or am I wrong about that?

All the other pctel drivers out there also appear to need to be compiled, so wanted to ask if anyone's had any success otherwise.
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PostPosted: Wed 21 Dec 2005, 20:03    Post subject:  

don't know about pc-tel modems, but if you want to compile you need to download usr_devx.sfs and have this file in your home directory or, if you have puppy installed on hard disk, in /. download from -

http://ftp.nluug.nl/ftp/pub/os/Linux/distr/puppylinux/usr_devx.sfs
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