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From: "Fernando  Quijada V." <>
Subject: How To Do Working A HSF Conexant Modem Under Linux.
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 10:17:07 -0700
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Hello All...

I do this:
-*- First, you must download the Olitec drivers for Conexant HSF modem.
Install it, sorry for english guys but the page is in french, and my =
is too poor for doing a good traduction. Here's the direct address to
download the driver:
-*- The second way, is to search the vendor ID of your modem under
Windows(very bad thing). When you find this, it's something like this:
PCI\VEN_14F1&DEV_2014&SUBSYS_15401048&REV_01 Please note, that we don't =
the revision "&REV1" for the next step.
 -*- Put this vendor ID in the configuration file of the driver, this =
is named "lin_hsf.inf", respecting the syntax. Here's the syntax: =
=3D ModemX, PCI\VEN_14F1&DEV_2014&SUBSYS_15401048 -*- Now you can load =
driver by launching "ins_all", simply in shell with "./ins_all". =
you have to do this every time you launch Linux !!!=20
But when I want to detect the modem not found, Dial-UP conecttion...

Best Regards...

> MCP Fernando Quijada V.
> Corporativo LANIX, S.A. de C.V
> Coord. de Validaci=F3n e Inform=E1tica
> Tel: 01 800 71 52649 ext. 221
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