[SOLVED] I Need Some Help With COM Ports And A Win Modem.
Im working with RHES3 and im trying to install and test efax package. It *may* work with your modem. The technical information in that list will help in determining whether your modem is usable in Linux or not. Sorry - looks like you have a winmodem. http://webadapt.org/solved-i/solved-i-need-a-modem-driver-the-box-says-v-92-v-44-and-thats-all.php
The older Linux distributions may produce a long list of non-functional ttyS* devices: the tidying up of the list is a relatively recent development.If this does not help, your modem might User Control Panel Log out Forums Posts Latest Posts Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Community General CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. To go to a blog, please use the "Categories" menu, then expand the "Blog" menu at the top of the category page. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-i-need-some-help-with-com-ports-and-a-win-modem.62230/
If a modem is connected through a USB port, it should work if it uses the CDC ACM specification of the USB standards family. Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 4 REPLIES g33k Valued Contributor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email In this case, the device name will probably be /dev/usb/ttyACM0 or /dev/ttyACM0.To my knowledge, most of the USB modems use this specification.To list all serial ports and (non-winmodem) internal modems, use MK 1 Kudo Reply The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
But i have no idea how to test if the modem is installed and configured. Pay attention to the "UART:" part. It is certainly the easiest and most reliable way to solve this problem.If you're willing to try the ltmodem driver package, please try to have someone who's more familiar with Linux I have tried to find out about the configuration of modem and i have find this article at www.redhat.com: " Hardware modems should require no special configuration to work.
Often a driver exists only for some versions of Microsoft Windows - hence the name "winmodems". Hi,Thanks for replies and attention and thanks for the explanation about modems, it helps me alot.Well, i have done the command "lspci -v" and when trying to locate my modem in If anyone can help me, please, or indicate any documentation to guide me, please.Thanks in advanceBest RegardsPinki Solved! Hi, Im very new with Linux.
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Haven't received registration validation E-mail? http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Modem-HOWTO-18.html http://www.die.net/doc/linux/man/man1/minicom.1.htmlminicom utility is used to comunicated with serial devices, like modems .... For that i have add a modem to my PC ( Lucent HV90P-T ). It is available here:http://www.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/heby/ltmodem/Since there doesn't seem to be pre-compiled packages for RedHat ES3 (only for the obsoleted RedHat 9), you would have to compile the driver from source code.
We apologize for the inconvenience, and expect it to be working soon. navigate here The list will usually include the devices integrated on your motherboard, too.Try to locate your modem in that listing and post here the part that refers to your modem. Generally, a "real" modem would not have the "Memory at ..." line at all, and the "IO ports at ..." line would be different: the address could be anything, but the Several functions may not work.
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If it says "UART: unknown", the port might be a "ghost": since serial ports have existed almost unchanged since the first IBM PC/AT, there is no 100% sure modern auto-detection method
once inserted and detected by the system, they should be accessible by the standard device special files /dev/ttys[0-3]" But i have no ideia how to know if it is accessible or Instead of behaving like a standard serial port, they have a model-specific, undocumented hardware interface. If something goes wrong, a great deal of techical details is needed in the troubleshooting: trying to debug this kind of thing through a Web forum will require heroic amounts of Community Home > Servers and Operating Systems > Operating Systems > Linux > General > Modem Configuration!