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To: 'Mark Gallagher' <gallagherfc@yahoo.com>, discuss@linmodems.org
Subject: RE: Getting an onboard PCTel modem working
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 09:35:51 -0700
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Mark,
It appears that you have only one modem (SiS modem: Bus#=0, Device#=1,
Func#6). If you're trying to get this modem to work under Linux, you'd
better make sure this is a linmodem. This modem device is a part of the core
chip set (SiS PCI-to-ISA bridge or a.k.a. south-bridge). It could be AMR or
CNR type of modem.

You may visit SiS web site (www.sis.com.tw) or PCChips web site to get more
information about the modem. OK, go to PCCHIPS web site first and find the
model you have. Then, find out which SiS chip set you have on the
motherboard. Then go to SiS web site to look for that chip set. Or just call
them.

-MK-

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Mark Gallagher [mailto:gallagherfc@yahoo.com] 
Sent:	Thursday, May 31, 2001 9:11 AM
To:	discuss@linmodems.org
Subject:	Getting an onboard PCTel modem working

Hello all.

I've tried just about everything and I just can't get
this guy to work. Here's what I've done so far:

Distro = SuSE 7.1
mboard = PCCHIPS 810 LMR

Compiled a "vanilla" 2.4 kernel
Downloaded the PCTEL2.4 driver package
Did a make, make_install on both the pctel and
ptserial modules with no errors
insmod pctel, insmod ptserial. A lsmod shows both
modules loaded but tail -30 on /var/log/messages shows
the ptserial module but nothing from the pctel module.
Neither minicom nor wvdial can find the modem. Here's
a dump of lspci:

00:00.0 Host bridge: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS]:
Unknown device 0730 (rev
02)
00:00.1 IDE interface: Silicon Integrated Systems
[SiS] 5513 [IDE] (rev d0)
00:01.0 ISA bridge: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS]
85C503/5513
00:01.1 Ethernet controller: Silicon Integrated
Systems [SiS] SiS900 10/100 Ethernet (rev 82)
00:01.2 USB Controller: Silicon Integrated Systems
[SiS] 7001 (rev 07)
00:01.3 USB Controller: Silicon Integrated Systems
[SiS] 7001 (rev 07)
00:01.4 Multimedia audio controller: Silicon
Integrated Systems [SiS] SiS PCI Audio Accelerator
(rev 02)
00:01.6 Modem: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS]:
Unknown device 7013 (rev a0)
00:02.0 PCI bridge: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS]
5591/5592 AGP
00:09.0 Multimedia video controller: Brooktree
Corporation Bt878 (rev 11)
00:09.1 Multimedia controller: Brooktree Corporation
Bt878 (rev 11)
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies
Inc Rage 128 PF     

and here's lsmod:
ppp_async               6352   0  (autoclean)
ppp_generic            13248   1  (autoclean)
[ppp_async]
slhc                    5040   0  (autoclean)
[ppp_generic]
snd-pcm-oss            18800   0  (autoclean)
snd-pcm-plugin         16624   0  (autoclean)
[snd-pcm-oss]
snd-mixer-oss           5280   0  (autoclean)
[snd-pcm-oss]
ptserial               45360   0  (unused)
pctel                 705856   0  [ptserial]
mousedev                4032   0  (unused)
input                   3424   0  [mousedev]
usb-ohci               16576   0  (unused)
sis900                 10368   1  (autoclean)
snd-seq-midi            3664   0  (unused)
snd-seq-midi-event      3536   0  [snd-seq-midi]
snd-seq                43360   0  [snd-seq-midi
snd-seq-midi-event]
snd-card-trident        2960   0
snd-trident            16192   0  [snd-card-trident]
snd-pcm                32800   0  [snd-pcm-oss
snd-pcm-plugin snd-trident]
snd-timer               8864   0  [snd-seq snd-pcm]
snd-ac97-codec         24896   0  [snd-trident]
snd-mixer              25552   0  [snd-mixer-oss
snd-trident snd-ac97-codec]
snd-mpu401-uart         2720   0  [snd-card-trident
snd-trident]
snd-rawmidi            10720   0  [snd-seq-midi
snd-mpu401-uart]
snd-seq-device          4256   0  [snd-seq-midi
snd-seq snd-trident snd-rawmidi]snd                   
37776   1  [snd-pcm-oss snd-pcm-plugin snd-mixer-oss
snd-seq-midi snd-seq-midi-event snd-seq
snd-card-trident snd-trident snd-pcm snd-timer
snd-ac97-codec snd-mixer snd-mpu401-uart snd-rawmidi
snd-seq-device]
soundcore               3984   5  [snd]
msdos                   5488   1  (autoclean)
fat                    31328   0  (autoclean) [msdos] 


I've checked at the PCI site and in the Windows driver
and this is definitely a PCTel modem. I also looked
into the code for the drivers and 7013 is listed in
the code. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Mark 

gallagherfc@yahoo.com


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