Re: [aclug-L] HSP modem
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I'm afraid not.
A lot of people have heard of the "WinModem", such as the
U.S. Robotics WinModem and the LT WinModem. These are more correctly
called controllerless modems and they require special drivers that
emulate the controller that is on a standard hardware modem. These
drivers are generally only written for Windows. A Host Signal
Processing (HSP) modem takes this one step further. Not only does it
not have a controller on board, it doesn't have a DSP (digital signal
processor) on board. The modem driver must emulate both components. As
far as I know these drivers only exist for Windows as well.
You really need to get a fully hardware modem to use with Linux. IMHO
you should have a fully hardware modem regardless of your OS.
On Tue, Oct 27, 1998 at 12:41:24AM -0600, Leon Do wrote:
> Does anyone know HSP K56Flex Modem work under Linux?
> Thanks in advance!
> Leon Do
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