SOLVED: 2.speedtouch modem
On Fri, 2005-12-02 at 00:54 +0100, Wodzu Wodzowski wrote:
> > > 2.
> > > I've got another problem as well :p ;)
> > > Know, that You've heard thousands questions as for thomson speedtouch
> > 330 modem, but something's wrong :>
> > > I downloaded speedtouch driver ('speedtouch-06-03-2005.tar.gz') and
> > untar this, put the thomson driver (alcaudsl.sys) into a new folder
> > ('speedtouch-06-03-2005'), run 'speedtouch.sh' scrypt and received
> > message like that: "No USB bus found". Checked 'cat
> > /proc/bus/usb/devices' and found that USB are detected. And I don't
> > understand what's goin' on :/ Hope You do.
> > > Thanks for any answer.
> did you get any reply to point (2) since I'm having a similar problem
> with my 2.10 kernel...
> With 2.10 kernel ?? :> Are You sure about the number ?? :> Maybe 2.6.10 ?? :)
> Steve Parker- speedtouch driver author- wrote me:
> "The 06-03-2005 (and earlier) versions didn't detect the appropriate USB
> bus with all versions of the Linux kernel - download the latest version
> which should work.
The above worked (once I used the rev4fw.zip firmware albeit a 4.0
*black* modem). Didn't need to do the below
> However, having run speedtouch-setup, you will have to do a little bit
> of work beforehand:
> In the /etc/ppp directory, remove your login/password info from the
> pap-secrets and chap-secrets files
> It might be necessary (it would certainly be the safest route) to reboot
> the PC (or at least unplug the modem for 10 seconds, then reconnect it)
> Then run the 16 Oct 2005 version of the speedtouchconf.sh script."
> But I haven't checked that (haven't got time). Hope it will work with Your kernel.
> But You should have the following modules compiled into Your kernel:
> Code Maturity Level Options --->
> [*] Prompt for development and/or incomplete code/drivers
> General Setup --->
> [*] Support for hot-pluggable devices
> Networking support --->
> [*] Networking support
> Networking options --->
> [*] Packet Socket
> [*] Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) (EXPERIMENTAL)
> [*] RFC1483/2684 Bridged protocols (only needed if you're going to use PPPoE)
> Device Drivers --->
> Generic Driver Options --->
> [*] Hotplug firmware loading support
> Network device support --->
> [*] Network device support
> [*] PPP (point-to-point protocol) support
> [*] PPP support for async serial ports
> [*] PPP Deflate compression (not essential, but useful)
> [*] PPP BSD-Compress compression (not essential)
> [*] PPP over Ethernet (EXPERIMENTAL) (only needed if you're going to use PPPoE)
> [*] PPP over ATM (only needed if you're going to use PPPoA)
> Character devices --->
> [*] Non-standard serial port support
> [*] HDLC line discipline support
> USB Support --->
> [*] Support for Host-side USB
> [*] USB Device Filesystem
> [*] OHCI HCD support (only if your USB controller is OHCI)
> [*] UHCI (most Intel and VIA) Support (only if your USB controller is UHCI)
> USB DSL modem Support --->
> [*] USB DSL modem Support
> [*] Speedtouch USB support.
> Good luck :)
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