on 11/3/00 11:07 AM, Olaf Hering at olh(a)suse.de wrote:
I then went to
the auto modem detect. I saw the lights flash on the modem,
but the auto detect failed.
Autodetect is in fact a auto-guess.
Does that Modem work in MacOS? What modem skript do you use?
We can extract that string with a text editor, like BBEdit Lite.
Yes, it works fine in MacOS. I use the default init string in RemoteAccess
for the SupraFax288 modem.
I created a
file 'afile' that contained the following lines:
I then executed the following line:
cat afile > /dev/modem
cat afile > /dev/ttyS0
both produced the same results, the lights on the modem flashed, but I never
heard it try to dial.
You proably need another init string.
For testing, I can put the init string in 'afile', but once I get it
working, how do I modify the init string that Yast uses for it's auto-guess.
Or do I even need to? If not, where do I specify the new, correct, init
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