Re: Fw: X Windos System will not start
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- Subject: Re: Fw: X Windos System will not start
- From: "Hoyt Bailey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 05:41:16 -0600
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From: "Kent West" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "debian-user" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 21:43
Subject: Re: Fw: X Windos System will not start
> Hoyt Bailey wrote:
> >Ok Sold. I'm game but I need to get stable "stable" enough to get PPP
> Chances are you have a so-called "soft-modem" (aka "winmodem"). You
> _might_ get it working, but it'd be a whole lote easier to just put a
> real modem on one of your serial ports.
The modem is a:
PCI Slot 3(PCI Bus 0, Device 11, Function 0)
Mounted on Com3
I believe it is a 56K V92, that is all I know about it. Exceot that it works
with Windows XP and has caused no problems.
1. Is it a winmodem?
2. What is a real modem?
3. Why might it be difficult to get it working?