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Re: [vox-tech] PCMCIA v.90 Modem - which one?
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Re: [vox-tech] PCMCIA v.90 Modem - which one?

hi dietrich,

have you seen tuxmobil.org?

they have a survey of PCMCIA cards under linux, including modems.  this
seems to be almost exactly what you want.  it doesn't quite have "this
modem will automatically work with yast2" but it shows which pcmcia
cards are known to work on linux.  it's a groovy site.

also, this might be useful (mostly which ones to avoid thought)  :)



begin D & E Radel <radel@inet.net.nz> 
> Hi guys.
> I am struggling to find a sure bet modem for SuSE 8.1 running on
> a Toshiba TE2100 laptop. The built-in AMR has no drivers yet.
> Asking suppliers which PCMCIA are hardware modems and are
> supported by linux has yielded no interest. The SuSE hardware
> database only lists a few that it recognizes. I kinda am wanting one
> that'll be detected and setup easily in YaST2 without need for
> kernel recompiling, etc.
> Any sure bets? TIA.
> Dietrich

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you,
then you win. -- Gandhi, being prophetic about Linux.

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