Re: 56K Modems
I know you guys are talking about external modems, and I'd aggree that they're
probably easier to get running than an internal modem, but I bought a Smart
Link 56K Modem (Internal) over ebay for a couple of euros and got it running
under Woody as a relative newbie. I had to compile the module for it, but
the instructions were fairly easy to follow, and if it had really been hard
I'm sure I wouldn't have gotten it to work.
The modem worked fine.
On Saturday 03 January 2004 04:05, Paul Johnson wrote:
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> On Thu, Jan 01, 2004 at 08:37:17PM -0600, Jacob S. wrote:
> > Is it just me or is it hard to find a good external hardware modem
> > (non-win/linmodem) these days?
> Not really, no. Just go to Fry's Electronics. You can shop at Fry's
> on outpost.com if you're not in Oregon or the seriously inferior state
> of California.
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