On Tue, Feb 11, 2003 at 09:22:37AM -0600, Larry Rosenman wrote:
> --On Tuesday, February 11, 2003 10:21:20 -0500 stan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >I never thought I would find myself asking such an ugly question, but here
> >it is :-(
> >
> >The company I work for has recently been "merged", and any semblance
> >anyone at my location had of control of their fate is gone. As a result
> >were are forced to migrate to Compaq Evo N410c laptops. While there are
> >some good, and some bad things about this machine (tiny 12" display), the
> >biggest single stumbling block to replacing my nicely working HP FrteeBSD
> >machine, seems to be the built in WinModem. There is only one PCMCIA
> >slot, so I don't want to use it for my modem, but serial ppp is a must
> >have to connect to work when away, and home from work.
> >
> >It appears that there are some Linux drivers for this modem at:
> >http://www.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/heby/ltmodem/ and I'm hoping that
> >there is some possibility of using it under FreeBSD.
> >
> >Otherwise, I may have to succumb to the mass horde, and install Linux :-(

> look at the comms/ltmdm port.

Thanks, again.

I have now built this port, and acording to /var/log/messages it's loading
OK. Good news!

However, I can't figure out what /dev/cu* device to use. How can I figure
this out? Or do I need  to MAHDEV something?

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neither liberty nor safety."
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