AM-56KI-LU Linux driver/LP-450 Linux driver/AgereSoftModem-2.1.40SuSE9.1/AgereSoftModem-2.1.40SuSE9.1/README Driver File Contents (AM-56KI-LU_20Linux_20driver.zip)

Driver Package File Name: AM-56KI-LU_20Linux_20driver.zip
File Size: 3.6 MB

Please note that this software is distributed under the Agere Systems Soft
Modem End User SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT, which can be found in the file
LICENSE, included in this package

Please note that this version of the driver is intended to work SuSE 9.1 .

INSTALLING THE AGERE SOFT MODEM DRIVER VERSION 2.1.40.0 
from the sandard driver package ( zip / tar.gz archieve)

Step 1
Uninstall any older version of the Agere soft modem driver by running 
"make uninstall" from the directory containing the previously installed 
Agere softmodem driver.

Step 2
To install the Agere soft modem driver in LINUX, extract the driver package
(unzip /tar -xzvf) in a directory under Linux and run "make module" and then
"make install" from the command prompt.  This will install both the Agere soft
modem controller driver agrmodem.ko and the Modem serial interface driver
agrserial.ko.
To install the modem driver you must be logged in as root.

Step 3
To use Agere soft modem using KPPP choose "/dev/ttyAGS14" as the modem device.

To use the Agere soft modem, you can configure "minicom" for the modem device.
Enter "minicom -s" at the command prompt.
Choose "Serial Port Setup"
For "Serial Device" choose "/dev/ttyAGS14"
Save settings as default (dfl) and start using the modem with minicom.

UNINSTALLING THE MODEM DRIVER

Following are the steps to follow to uninstall the Agere soft modem driver for
Linux.

Step 1
To uninstall the Agere soft modem driver in LINUX, you can run "make uninstall"
from the command prompt. To uninstall the modem driver you must be logged in as
root.



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