cp at olympus.net
Sun Jun 22 07:04:42 PDT 2003
The docs are in /usr/local/share/doc/ltmdm/*-en.TXT.
These are minimalistic but provide links to the sites
where more information is available.
I have a "supported" chipset version and it hangs
hopelessly when I attempt to use it. Docs say to change
IRQ. This will likely involve something similar to
disabling unnecessary devices and PNP and wiring the
slot where the winmodem is installed. That process is
highly unique to your BIOS and BIOS revision.
Two newer versions (6.00c and 8.26a9) exist and are
available for download by following the links in the TXT
files. They do not install or run on FreeBSD without tweaking
as they expect certain Linux indicators not present. These
have extensive documentation provided in the tar. Support
for these may be a challenge to locate and probably not
available from this list.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gianmarco Giovannelli" <gmarco at masternet.it>
To: "Dr. Richard E. Hawkins" <hawk at slytherin.ds.psu.edu>; "anonymous"
<ajackey at yahoo.com>
Cc: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2003 12:25 AM
Subject: Re: LTmodem port
> At 16.55 20/06/2003 -0400, Dr. Richard E. Hawkins wrote:
> >On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 01:27:13PM -0700, anonymous wrote:
> > > I recently installed FreeBSD 4.8 and I have a Lucent
> > > WinModem.
> > > Are there any detailed instructions on installing the
> > > LTModem port for FreeBSD?
> >They aren't needed; it should just work.
> Mine doesn't work even if the port. Even I kldload a freshly build port it
> doesn't see it.
> It is a minipci combo card (wifi + modem) from Fujitsu.
> The modem part is seen by windows like Lucent Tecnologies soft modem AMR.
> If someone want to give a try on it I can send the pciconf output.
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