Hi list, I've one of those damned SpeedTouch 330 modems (firmware 2.00) and I already got it up running perfectly fine in my desktop which runs Ubuntu. But sometimes I need Internet access in my laptop, so I decided to try to install the modem there. It's a Fedora-based system which does not run on a x86 architecture (it's an AMD Geode).
I have followed all the instructions back in http://www.linux-usb.org/SpeedTouch/fedora/index.html but as far as I can see the firmware isn't loading. The red light starts on boot, then both green lights turn on and stay like that, but the right one never flickers. "dmesg | less" doesn't reveal anything out of ordinary and, since the Fedora tutorial does not use a script like the "dial" one back in Ubuntu, I don't even know how to manually start the connection and look for error messages. Should I just give up? Also of note is that this bare-bones Fedora distro is missing some stuff; for instance, I had to install pppd through a RPM. Maybe it's also possible I'm missing something that would load the firmware, but if yes I have no idea what. -Ivo Liste de diffusion modem ALCATEL SpeedTouch USB Pour se d�sinscrire : mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]