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Voilà la ficher README du pilote fourni avec le pilote de mon modem, la question comment l'utilisée.

Merci pour votre aide.

Il s'agit d'un modèle USB.

J'ai compris qu'il fallait que les sources du kernel soit intaller, sur ma distribution, ors par défaut c'est le cas avec ma Fedora core 2.

Je suis super content car je viens de réussir de l'installer, avec les commandes magiques « make » et « make install », et c'est la première fois que j'arrive a faire un make qui marche, car na n'est pas vue de messages d'erreur (pour une fois).

Ma question est maintenant comment, je fais pour utilisée mon modem.

ci-dessous les instructions contenu dans la fichier README fourni avec le pilote.

J'ai faut se qui été demander pour avoir le code du pays et pour être sur que la France y était bien et la au miracle voilà se qui est apparu.

3d: FRANCE

Si quelqu'un pouvais me donner un coût de pouce se serais super.

Voilà les instructions si dessous.

Instructions :

Getting Started

===============

After successful installation and configuration:

1. Load modem driver.

Load your modem hardware specific kernel module:

# modprobe slamr

if you are using AMR/CNR/PCI modem, or

# modprobe slusb

if you are using SmartUSB56 Modem.

Note: this will be done automatically when modules were

configured for 'loading on demand'

Note: this is safe to load both 'alamr' and 'slusb' modules.

2. Run soft modem application.

# /usr/sbin/slmodemd [options] <device_name>

Where device name is appropriate device node for your modem

(look at output of 'dmesg' command).

Run '/usr/sbin/slmodemd --help' for details.

Examples:

# /usr/sbin/slmodemd --country=USA /dev/slamr0

, or for SmartUSB56 Modems:

# /usr/sbin/slmodemd --country=ITALY /dev/slusb0

3. Using the modem.

When 'slmodemd' is running this creates PTY (pseudo-terminal) to

emulate modem port device, also this creates symbolic link

like '/dev/ttySL0' (shown at startup).

Config your application to use this link '/dev/ttySL0' (or PTY node

itself) as modem port.

Note: Some application want 'to know' that they are working with

pseudo-terminal and may require additional configurations.

Known application notes:

- 'wvdial' requires option 'Carrier Check = no' in config file

- some versions of 'kppp' may not work properly with devices named

like '/dev/ttySL0'. To workaround this you may create symbolic link

'/dev/modem' ( # ln -s /dev/ttySL0 /dev/modem ) and use this link

as modem device with 'kppp'

4. Startup automation.

There are examples of startup scripts in 'scripts' directory.

ALSA mode

=========

ALSA has the built-in modem drivers included in 'alsa-driver' >= 1.0.2

and in Linux kernel >= 2.6.5. Currently there is 'intel8x0m' (snd-intel8x0m)

modem driver, which supports ICH based AC97 modems (MC97).

1. Configure your kernel and enable ALSA and ICH based modem support

( 'Device Drivers' -> 'Sound' -> 'Advanced Linux Sound Architecture' ->

'PCI devices' -> 'Intel i8x0/MX440; AMD768/8111 modems' ) .

2. Build and install kernel and modules as usual (make , make modules_install,

etc.). ICH modem driver modem module name is 'snd-intel8x0m'

(if was configured as module).

3. Build application 'slmodemd' with ALSA support. For this in

slmodem-2.9.x dir:

$ cd modem

$ make SUPPORT_ALSA=1

This will build 'slmodemd' with ALSA support. If compilation is failed

review Makefile (near ALSA_SUPPORT condition) and define right library

and/or CFLAGS

4. Use option '--alsa' when running 'slmodemd' and ALSA conventional

device name ('hw:0' or 'hw:1' for instance). If modem support in

the kernel was enabled as module module 'snd-intel8x0m' should be loaded.

When using ALSA modem driver you don't need to load other modules ('slamr').

Merci pour votre aide :francais:

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Voila pour plus d'aide, la capture du perminal après compillation et installation du pilote.

C'est les options du pilote.

Capture du Terminal GNOME 2.6.0

Usage: /usr/sbin/slmodemd [option...] <device>

Where 'device' is name of modem device (default `/dev/slamr0')

and 'option' may be:

-h, --help this usage

-u, --usage this usage

-v, --version show version and exit

-c, --country=VAL default modem country name (default `USA')

--countrylist show list of supported countries

-a, --alsa ALSA mode (see README for howto)

-g, --group=VAL Modem TTY group (default `uucp')

-p, --perm=VAL Modem TTY permission (default `0660')

-n, --nortpriority run with regular priority

-d, --debug=VAL debug level (default `0')

-l, --log=VAL logging mode (default `5')

[root@localhost slmodem-2.9.9]# --countrylist

bash: --countrylist: command not found

[root@localhost slmodem-2.9.9]# /usr/sbin/slmodemd --countrylist

02: ALGERIA

07: ARGENTINA

09: AUSTRALIA

0a: AUSTRIA

0c: BAHREIN

0f: BELGIUM

16: BRAZIL

1a: BRUNEI

1b: BULGARIA

20: CANADA

25: CHILE

26: CHINA

100: CTR21EUROPE

2d: CYPRUS

2e: CZECH_REPUBLIC

31: DENMARK

36: EGYPT

101: ESTONIA

3c: FINLAND

3d: FRANCE

42: GERMANY

46: GREECE

50: HONG_KONG

51: HUNGARY

52: ICELAND

53: INDIA

54: INDONESIA

57: IRELAND

58: ISRAEL

59: ITALY

00: JAPAN

5e: JORDAN

61: KOREA

62: KUWAIT

103: LATVIA

64: LEBANON

104: LITHUANIA

69: LUXEMBOURG

6c: MALAYSIA

70: MALTA

73: MEXICO

77: MOROCCO

7b: NETHERLANDS

7e: NEW_ZEALAND

82: NORWAY

83: OMAN

84: PAKISTAN

88: PERU

89: PHILIPPINES

8a: POLAND

8b: PORTUGAL

8e: ROMANIA

b8: RUSSIA

98: SAUDIARABIA

9c: SINGAPORE

c5: SLOVAKIA

c6: SLOVENIA

9f: SOUTHAFRICA

107: SOUTHKOREA

a0: SPAIN

a1: SRILANKA

a5: SWEDEN

a6: SWITZERLAND

108: TAIWAN

a9: THAILAND

ad: TUNISIA

ae: TURKEY

b3: UAE

b4: UK

b7: URUGUAY

b5: USA

bc: VIETNAM

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