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Re: OK, I did my homework and red your answers carefuly

> On Sun, Mar 09, 2003 at 04:54:58PM +0530, Sharninder wrote:
> >
> > > USB modem uses device ttySL0 as default and Win Modem uses ttyLT0. I
> > > just want to ask whether wvdial looks in those device entries,
> > > because it finds no modems in my system when I make it search for a
> > > modem. Thanks.
> >
> > I don't know about the status of these win/USB modems on linux but if
> > u'r sure yours is supported then maybe u should make a symlink named
> > cdrom pointing to the relevant device. As far as i remember wvdial
> > looks for /dev/cdrom and i'm sure u can specify this in wvdial.conf
> /dev/cdrom???  for a modem?

Yes, one thing is the modem itself and another the symbolic link. I can
always make the second, modem or not.

Teilhard Knight
The Extraterrestrial

Who ate my sandwich?

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