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2000\09\11@193715 by -=jugs=-

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Scott,

Thank you very much for your advice but at I couldn't used the gpsim because
my REDHAT 6.2  modem driver is not yet available. (Motorola SM56K internal).

With that, I can't download the file to my RH linux system.

If I'm going to download the gpsim to my windows system, can I transfer the
file from windows to RH linux even if I don't have WINE?


Can I ask your help how to set-up my modem using the RED HAT 6.2 built-in
modem driver  (if available)?

Sorry for my idiot questions because I stop exploring and tweaking  linux
for about 3 months ago.


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2000\09\12@055235 by wzab

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On Tue, Sep 12, 2000 at 07:45:16AM -0700, -=jugs=- wrote:
> Thank you very much for your advice but at I couldn't used the gpsim because
> my REDHAT 6.2  modem driver is not yet available. (Motorola SM56K internal).
>
I'm afraid it is a "Winmodem" so it won't work with Linux.

> With that, I can't download the file to my RH linux system.
>
> If I'm going to download the gpsim to my windows system, can I transfer the
> file from windows to RH linux even if I don't have WINE?
>
Yes. You just need to mount your Windows disk.
Eg. you can do as root (if your Windows disk is the first partition on the
master disk connected to the first IDE controller):

# mkdir /windisk_c
# mount /dev/hda1 /windisk_c -t vfat

Than you'll have the whole Windows filesystem in the /windisk_c directory

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> Can I ask your help how to set-up my modem using the RED HAT 6.2 built-in
> modem driver  (if available)?
>
If it is a "Winmodem", your chances are poor :-(. The safest solution is to
use an external modem. I've not heard about the external "Winmodem" (however
maybe someone has built one). AFAIK the Winmodems do not contain the DSP
software coded in EEPROM. It is loaded by the driver. And because it is
copyrighted, there is no way to write a free Linux driver for such a beast.

BTW. Avoid the "Winhardware" if you are not going to be limited to M$
"operating systems". Before buying any hardware, check if:
a) the vendor provides the technical info necessary for writing a driver
  for this HW.
b) exists the free&open source drivers for this HW.

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2000\09\12@060351 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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All external USB modems that I know of are controllerless i.e. Winmodems.  I
have not yet seen a controllerless modem that uses a stadard serial port.

Mike

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2000\09\12@194734 by Nestor A. Marchesini

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Hello -=jugs=-

Yes..you can transfer files from windows to linux.

If you mount the partition HDD of windows from linux
you can access to your files of windows.

as root:
run linuxconf.....select filesystem / local disks....include a line
to partition windows.

other way
open file:/etc/fstab and include a linea to the partition of windows.

I have this
/dev/hda1 /usr/lu3jil vfat  user,owner,noexec,dev,suid,rw,noauto 0 0
in this case I mount/dismount the partition with an icon link to device.

With windows download the files from the web site, then boot linux
and copy the files to folder the linux.

I think...to set-up your modem....run linuxconf from a terminal linux.

Nestor

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