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Re: [hylafax-users] problem configuring usb modem
Brian Marr said:
> Just from memory I think you still use /dev/modem when doing faxaddmodem.
> But first create a link /dev/ttyACM0 > /dev/modem.
Conventional wisdom has been to not make use of links when referring to
devices. There seem to be some oddities that can occur as a result of that
practice. You are much better off referring to the actual device. Not being
a USB modem user, I unfortunately can't give you much there.
> That way faxaddmodem can
> still do its thing without worrying about all of the various devices.
> Naturally you have to work out the correct device. It used to be
> but may have changed.
> Brian Marr
> On Tuesday 20 August 2002 10:42, you wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm running Debian Linux, and hylafax-server 1:4.1.1-1 (I think that
> > means hylafax version 4.1.1). I have a Netcomm Roadster II, 56k USB
> > modem, model AM5050 Revision 3.
> > When I try faxaddmodem, I am prompted for the device. I enter the
> > device (/dev/usb/acm/0), but it fails, saying it isn't a serial or
> > terminal device (not sure which).
> > I successfully use this modem with ppp. When using minicom, and
> > entering the at+fclass=? command, it reports 0,1,1.0.
> > Any clues on how to proceed?
> > Please CC me, I'm not on the list.
> > Cheers
> > Geoff
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