Re: K56Flex Modems
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On Thu, 13 Nov 1997, Kevin Traas wrote:
> >> Can anyone make any recommendations for K56Flex modems (preferably
> >> external) that work well under Linux?
> >This isn't a Linux issue. Any modem, whether K56Flex or x2 will work under
> Sorry, but I "beg to differ"....
> "Winmodem" products are really a PITA in Linux - unless something's changed
> that I don't know about....
> Also, I've had internal modems that have caused problems under Linux/Unix in
> the past.... Although I didn't look too closely into it, someone mentioned
> that this was some sort of an interrupt problem....
> Anyway, I was just looking for comments from anyone as to successes/failures
> with various brands...
True, But any external 56k(flex|X2) modem should work fine. Make shure you
have a good serial board to support the full speed the modems can give
you. I you have an older mother board that is. :)
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