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Encore modems: Linux friendly - Linux Setup, Configuration & Administration

The modem I have currently, for my old windows OS, is an Encore, which looked to me to be a winmodem- it worked great with windows, but not with Linux. Anyway, I contacted their website, [url]www.encore-usa.com[/url], and waa very pleased to hear that they did have a driver for Linux. If you happend to have one of these modems, they can help. Here's a snippet from the email they sent back: > Hi sir, > Glad to hear that our modems have served you well. The linux driver is > available on our website at [url]www.encore-usa.com[/url], please download the > ...

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    Default Encore modems: Linux friendly

    The modem I have currently, for my old windows OS, is an Encore, which
    looked to me to be a winmodem- it worked great with windows, but not
    with Linux.
    Anyway, I contacted their website, [url]www.encore-usa.com[/url], and waa very
    pleased to hear that they did have a driver for Linux. If you happend to
    have one of these modems, they can help. Here's a snippet from the email
    they sent back:
    > Hi sir,
    > Glad to hear that our modems have served you well. The linux driver is
    > available on our website at [url]www.encore-usa.com[/url], please download the
    > model ENF656-EHW-INPR. As you know Linux is an open source development
    > operating systems, so we offer very limited support on those drivers.
    > Give those drivers a shot. If you have any questions please contact us
    > again.
    Pretty neat, huh?


    jayjwa Guest

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    Default Re: Encore modems: Linux friendly

    Without hesitation, jayjwa asserted (on or about 07/18/03 14:59) that:
    > The modem I have currently, for my old windows OS, is an Encore, which
    > looked to me to be a winmodem- it worked great with windows, but not
    > with Linux.
    > Anyway, I contacted their website, [url]www.encore-usa.com[/url], and waa very
    > pleased to hear that they did have a driver for Linux.
    [snip]
    >
    > Pretty neat, huh?
    It's nice to hear that some manufacturers aren't completely out-to-lunch.

    Kudos to Encore


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