[email]NoSpamfnmail.com[/email] wrote:Modems don't have drivers. You must have a winmodem instead.> still learning. The most frustrating thing in Linux world so far was
> the modem's driver installation.
No, that's a winmodem.> The modem is Sweex, Intel Ambient chipset, Hayes compatible 56k, V92.
Just don't use the thing. Get a porper modem.> I searched the web, found several drivers (i)Intel-v92ham-453.tgz
> seems to be the right one, downloaded them from Sweex's and Intel's
I can't. Anyway, why are you using /dev/modem instead of where the> sites, both, installed kernell-source, followed the installation
> procedure, but the result is still 0.
> Kppp anounces me about the error "because of non existing
> /dev/modem?", but I can see it in /dev dir?!
serial device provided by the driver is? ...
.... There you are! You did know!> There should be a symbolic link at /dev/modem pointing to /dev/ham. If
But is /dev/ham there? If not, create it!> it's not there create it.
> I created a symbolic link and still nothing.
No, you should show us what you have done and what you see. You haven't> Should I try deinstall installed drivers and/or delete some folders,
convinced me that you have loaded the driver or created a device file
for it. You haven't shown us the kernel's messages on loading the
module, etc. etc.
I don't understand. If you loaded the driver you can unload it!> before I try some more times (I don't even know the Uninstalling
> procedure in Linux world:(
Provide some data. Tell us what you have done. Show us what you see.> I've already tried everything I knew. This is bigger than my Linx