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SubjectRe: driver for 3COM USR PCI v.90 modem?
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Tigran Aivazian <tigran@sco.COM> said:
> My wife went and bought a 3COM USR PCI V90 modem challenging me to show
> that Linux supports it as good as ms* or, if otherwise, write a driver
> for it myself :)

I looked over the 3com web site for modems, and _all_ PCI modems there
appear to be Winmodems (they require Windows for operation, not just for
running the programs on the CDs as explicitly stated in the specs; as
opposed to the equivalent ISA models). OTOH, the Red Hat site states that
PCI modems based on the Lucent Venus chipset can be made to work.

Good luck!
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