If you want to create a dial up connection over your telephone line, you need a modem designed for that interface. That comes with at least one year support and kernel-version upgrades, after which you need to purchase it again if you are running a different kernel which needs a newer version of the driver although if you have the kernel headers installed it may be able to rebuild itself for your kernel, depending on what changes have been made in the driver – just try installing the deb and see. If installing extra packages or wait several minutes to install is not desirable, using a pre-compiled package is possible. If you could test those at least that would be helpful, though both these and the Jaunty kernels should work with your Intrepid userspace. Before installing this package, make sure that you have the build-essential installed for gcc and make are required.
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Installing this package can take a significant amout of time, from 5 to 15 minutes depending on the machine used. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
February 20, at 9: Many thanks to sillyscientist! You can follow the steps on this thread.
Modems supported by the Conexant drivers
October 2, at 7: February 20, at 8: Before installing this package, make sure that you have the gcc and make packages installed. Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds in the US and some other countries. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. The patch adds this one: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
I mention that this fix should work with It appears that for some reason the USB Device is not being conexantt correctly but on search I’ve not come up with a driver or procedure to configure the device. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It is based on the Conexant RDD device. The Lenovo Usb Modem.
Lenovo USB Modem in Linux (Ubuntu 10.04)
Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Using this driver may cause sound problems for karmic users.
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USB MODEM – Lenovo RD02 D on Red Hat 64Bit
Installing the latest alsa-driver-linuxant package is necessary before installing this driver. Last edited by cygnusnsf; at Appears on label to be the same Conexant Chip set I’d be very very appreciative. Zero length descriptor references [