I think that it won’t. As I remember from my RPM days, a. The thing is, you don’t wan’t to build the kernel to a binary, you already have a binary. I hope that someone can help me get my winmodem to work with Linux. Sun Apr 14, 8: I downloaded a binary.
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Configuring 56K HCF Conexant winmodem with Red Hat 7.1
I almost got one of those inexpensive Lucent winmodems, but then thought WHY Should I have a 2nd winmodem when in fact they might not even be hc modems. Thanks for the reply.
I am online now with my winmodem in Red Hat Linux 56k hcf conexant. Condxant 5, Posts: I Went to http: YOu have a Lucent? I got mine for my lucent and now downloads from my blast.
Is there a config file or what do I do to finish the installation of the kernel sources? Mon Apr 15, 1: Also, what is the name of the kerne l-header file if I need that and is it also an RPM?
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Apr 13, Posts: Mon Apr 15, 2: Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. I hope that someone can help me out I know I can buy a new hardaware conexwnt that will be supported by Linux, but I want to get this one to work. I’m running a LucenT winmodem NB. Conexat Apr 14, 4: Josh Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor Tribus: I did find the kernel sources on my cd — they are kernel I think that it won’t.
They should be available as an rpm on the CDs your distro came with.
Linuxant – Linux drivers for Conexant chipsets – HCF (controllerless) driver
I hope that someone can help me get my winmodem to work with Cojexant. Well, anyways thought I would post it here again: Frankly I don’t really understand why Debian doesn’t include the headers in their kernel source.
That’s my problem there.
As for the kernel jcf, if you type rpm -i kernel My modem is a winmodem — came installed with the Dell. My country is not present in the driver configs so I tried setting the country to about 8 different places; To no avail If I do rpm -i it will work, but what do I need to do after that???
Here is what I get: If you can’t find the file on your CDs, I found it on rpmfind. Sun Apr 14, 7: But actually this time, I tried the debug option in PPP configuration to see what’s missing and this time, the modem initializes just fine and even executes the ATDT command to dial BUT, it can’t detect any dial tone.
Feb 10, Posts: NM I found it. Sun Apr 14, 5: