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Hi guys! Sorry to post my Linux question here but this site doesn''t have a general disscusion group or something... Anyway, I''m hoping you guys could help me out. I''ve got Linux SuSE 8.2 and I have a Generic SoftK56 Modem (internal) but Linux doesn''t detect it. Can you guys point me to the right place or give me a hand? Thanks! // Last Attacker \\---=( LA )=---// LA Extreme \\

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Yes it does: the Lounge. But this is more appropriate to the "Everything Unix" forum. Movified.


"Sneftel is correct, if rather vulgar." --Flarelocke

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try here:

http://www.linuxant.com/drivers/

a bit of googling turned it up. That''s the general rule with linux problems - google it to death. Chances are even if theres no supported solution, someone will have discussed a similar problem on a forum or something.

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Surely linmodems.org is that place to go for internal modems?

To be honest, you''re probably better off just buying an external modem though, unless you really can''t afford to/don''t want to spend the money

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