Re: Debian and compaq presario
> On Tue, 03 Oct 2000, George Wright wrote:
> > Are there any card (pcmcia) type modems out there that anyone has had luck
> > w/using
> > the 2.2.17 kernel? Are any made that aren't so heavily "win"-driven?
> > > >
[much snippage, another person]
> > > > N.B : if you dig in the archives of this mailing list (and debian-user
> > too), you'll find a couple of threads on the 'ltmodem' subject, with some
> > useful info.
> > > >
> > > > Ciao.
> > > > --
> > > > FB
[snip snip snip]
> I have the linksys 10/100 + 56K modem combo card that was mentioned on this
> list before and the modem works great for linux. Most of linksys products are
> extremely linux friendly.
For a modem alone, we sell Ambicom's because they are not winmodems inside
so they don't need anything strange.
The model number of the cheerfully useful, dongle-less Linksys combo card
is PCMLM56, in case you need that to order it from whatever your favorite
Xircom cards also work pretty well. They're a bit weird on their own but
they work lots better than winwidgets, and they have nice data flow.
-* Heather Stern * star@ many places... including, Tuxtops!