RE: ADSL and debian3.0
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russell Coker [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> The point of my patch is that you don't need any other kernel module.
Sounds like a good reason to me :)
> > next, I plugged in the ADSL modem (USB) and ran "speedmgmt &". Then
> > repeatedly ran dmesg to view the kernel messages.
> Plug in the ADSL modem before you turn the machine on. Keep the
> ADSL modem
> plugged in until you have halted the machine. Do anything that involves
> changing the state of the ADSL hardware while the machine is running and
> expect a kernel panic.
so, do I need the speedmgmt program?
> > 4 time-out messages occur. 2 in the Bulk and 2 in the Control. Is this
> > normal?
> It's normal.
> > Q1, is there a new option in the "make menuconfig" for the modem?
Q1a) Where? (In which section should I look?)
Thanks for all the help, is there a document I could be looking at which
describes this process?