Re: modem use
Gonzalez Jorge-QJG005 <Jorge.F.Gonzalez@motorola.com> writes:
> When installing Debian, the book says to include a serial driver in
> the kernel. The driver should be in the misc category. I did not
> see any serial drivers in there.
Most installation kernels have serial built in, IIRC.
Do 'dmesg | grep tty' and look for messages about serial drivers.
> I can't use the modem, wvdial gives a
> communication error.
> 1. Should I run setserial first?
> 2. If the serial driver has another name how can I go back and install it?
No, we dont' change the name of linux kernel drivers.
> I am using a Dell Dimension L500cx, the modem is on COM2.
Well, com2 is often ttyS1 -- are you sure you are using that and not
ttyS0 or ttyS2 ?
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- modem use
- From: Gonzalez Jorge-QJG005 <Jorge.F.Gonzalez@motorola.com>