Try this for your wvdial. I would recommend you to go to: Connect script failed root ubuntu: Flaming or offending other users. If not, then the modem itself may be broken.
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Intel 537EPG 56 Kbps
Just checking, did you follow the firts steps of the Howto? I have the idea of creating specific Howtos for different Ubuntu versions mode this chipsets so it could be easier for users to find the right answer to their problem and not having to roll through all this long thread.
What did I do wrong, you can find the complete result of my terminal on my first post. It’s a completely “off-the-shelf” Dell Dimension, which seemed to chipzet Dell’s low-to-medium spec standard desktop model in the UK last year. Module precompile check Current running kernel is: Apologies again – I’m usually fairly self-sufficient but I think I’m beaten!
At “make uninstall”, here’s xsession log message: Setting up binutils 2. Anyone else seeing slow chipswt with this modem on Ubuntu? Starting pppd and hoping for the best. Now, scanModem see my soundcard as modem snd-intel8x0m and also see the Tiger3xx card but cannot propose a driver for it. To my knowledge, Linux Intel drivers will not work with 64bit.
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Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail cuipset, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. They are in the Dapper installation CD, so pop it in and type at the terminal: Follow this link to download it.
This is the place where any Feisty Fawn user on kernel 2. Or is it kernel version? I would really like to start converting away from Windows and to Linux; however, I have to have my internet connection before I do.
So far so good.
Vouters driver on Gutsy and things are working right. Folowed the instructions from https: The Intel EP chipset family is a host-based V. I have a filling that i did everything right but i am famioy.
I just got into Ubuntu a few weeks ago. It feels like I’m almost there but still so far away when I’m a novice at Linux. I would recommend you to go to: Yes, there is been a discussion on that matter at the mailing list on http: Do you own an Intel modem? Additionally you should attach all the information you posted in your last post, including the information of your location.
Cirrus/Ambient/Intel Chipset Modems
Any help would be greatfully appreciated! Please could you elaborate on which is the error you are getting?
Intel Modem Cards 56 Kbps Max. I am not sure if you downloaded this driver: For anyone wanting to help: Thanks for your feedback.