Re: Softmodems and Debian
I once had one of these modems. there is a program for linux which can be
used to download the code natively. Its called smdl and can be found at
sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/serialcomm/modem. you didn't specify which
model you use. Supposedly, this only works on a connection modem.
On Tue, 15 Sep 1998, Person, Rod wrote:
> Hey again,
> I FINALLY got Debian up and running to my liking with the help of a few
> if not more of you guys thanks.
> But here is something that hit me on the way to work today. I have a
> Digicom Softmodem. I have to load an algorithm before I can use it. In
> DOS it was quite simple.
> dl data144b.xtd
> That's all my autoexec.bat needed. I just realized that is why Seyon is
> hanging for me. Does anyone out there use a softmodem? Are the loader
> and algorithm ported to Linux???? (I know the answer is no!!). I think
> I'm going to have to load the DOS algorithm from Debian. How do I do
> this? After all I'm still a newbie.....
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