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Modem not recognised in Suse 9.1

rajsharajsha Posts: 75Member
My internal modem PCI Conexant SoftK56 is not recognised by Suse 9.1. What should I do?
Thanx

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  • kc2keokc2keo Posts: 110Member
    : My internal modem PCI Conexant SoftK56 is not recognised by Suse 9.1. What should I do?
    : Thanx
    :


    Well, I think that you should login as a super user and type in:

    [code]
    lspci
    [/code]

    Post the results. If you see your modem in the list thats a good sign. Next we want to make sure the Conexant modem will have the Linux drivers.

    While searching Google I came across this which seems to apply to your question:

    http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-HOWTO/Conexant+Rockwell-modem-HOWTO.html

    Check it out. This tutorial may help you get your modem functional.

    I do not have enough information to help you find a driver. What I will need to know is if this card came with a driver diskette/cdrom. If so do you have it? If you have it browse through the cd content to check for Linux drivers. If it does have them that is a good sign. Check to see if it came with a readme and follow the instructions.

    However, if it did not come with a cd this makes matters more complicated. If you give me your model and any other numbers/letters you see I can help find your driver. You will see these numbers/letters on the card itself. You should probably take the modem out and write then down. If the card says "model: MODEL#" somewhere on it thats a good sign. Please navigate to http://www.conexant.com/support/ and use their site search with those numbers.

    Good luck,

    --George

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