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Just with the CD in place. I apologise for not posting sooner. I can’t wait upgrading! Hi Many thanks for your interest. Someone must have cracked this – any suggestions? My question is, this guide working in Ubuntu Edgy 6. Please share your recently gained knowledge on this topic with any other in the need of it, we need reinforces!

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I currently do not yet have the time though.

SomeName, YourCountry Ubuntu 7. Setting up binutils 2.

There is no support under 2. No such file or directory I reboot and come back Phil.

I assume that anyhting that can be compiled with gcc 3. Yesterday i instaled linux for the first time so i am absolute noob.

I downloaded the inntel. I didn’t know that dial-up still was a thing, but if you can have something else, then my advice is that you upgrade your internet to broadband, if you can’t then it can’t be helped.


Your problem is getting out of my limited knowledge. No such file or directory root john-desktop: Message from syslogd pm-desktop at Wed Jun 13 Uhmm, I am loosing options here Nrayever, my fingers are crossed! I think it is got to do with an inferior performance of the driver under linux.

Intel Intel Data Fax v (md) driver Modems software versions

All my CD’s just have 6. Unfortunately, I don’t have a ep modem, I have a ep. Add this line to your wvdial. Please, please, please helpppppp Error is not recoverable: Setting up libc6-dev 2.

It is even simpler: When I try to extract modem drivers using this command tar -zxvf IntelEP I need a couple confirmations and have some questions: What does this return: Are you completely sure you have an Intel EP modem? Any idea where to find this rare pearl?? I have tried gnome-ppp with the same result.

But the md320 you got was not one of them. M3d200 XP allows Asterisk to make calls to or receive calls from a jntel analog phone line. Yes I believe I did. I used the wvdial.


I hope I can get the time to update it in to a new decently layered HOWTO for easier reading but it is in my never ending todo list! I did get a few errors but they didn’t matter in the long run.

Intel MD3200 intel 537 Modem Driver

I’ll try it again with the next kernel release. It mentioned it in the terminal and I read through the docs and files and I found it out. You will need to use a computer with internet connection to get these files: