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Y en à marre, J'arrive toujour pas à installer ce foutu modem de m****
quelqu'un peut aider, le probleme semble simple "vu que j'ai reussis
l'install ss Suse9.1 mais faut dire  yast y était pour quelque chose" mais là
c'est un vrai casse tete pour moi sous mon mdk10 official.
 
En gros, il me semble avoir réussi l'intallation du driver, mais par contre
je sais pas le configurer correctement.
 
 
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http://www.smlink.com/main/item.ph [...] main_id=32
 
<Read me - >                                                + mes commentaires sont rajoutés en "rouge"
 
 
Smart Link Soft Modem for Linux
 
-------------------------------

 
 
 
 
 
Introduction
 
============

 
 
 
This is Smart Link Soft Modem for Linux version 2.9. It provides
 
full-featured 56K Voice Fax Modem.
 
This is implemented as generic application (slmodemd) and set of
 
hardware specific kernel-space drivers (slamr, slusb).
 
ALSA modem drivers may be used instead of proprietary ones (see ALSA mode).
 
 
 
Features
 
========

 
 
 
Modem: V.92, V.90, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.23, V.22, V.21, Bell 103/212.
 
Flow control: V.42.
 
Compression: V.44, V.42bis.
 
Fax: Class 1.
 
Voice: V253 like modem.
 
Multiple modems are supported.
 
 
 
 
 
Supported Hardware
 
==================

 
 
 
HAMR5600 based AMR/CNR/MDC/ACR modem cards on the following Southbridge
 
chips:
 
- Intel ICH0,ICH2, ICH3, ICH4
 
- Via 686A, 686B, 8231, 8233
 
- SiS 630
 
- ALI 1535.
 
SmartPCI56/561/562/563 based PCI modem cards.
 
SmartUSB56 based USB modem.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Requirements
 
============

 
 
 
CPU: Intel Pentium II, Celron. AMD K6, Cyrix 500MHz or higher.
 
Memory: 64MB.
 
 
 
OS: Linux 2.4. You need the kernel header files at least (or full kernel
 
               source tree) installed and configured.
 
    Linux 2.6. You need the full kernel source tree installed and configured.
 
"OK là j'ai bon, mon kernel source est installé, mais "configured" I don't know "
 
 
 
Note: Most Linux Distributions have 'ready to use' kernel source package -
 
      be sure that this is installed.
 
 
 
 

Installation
 
============

 
 
 
1. Unpack tar.gz package file:
 
 
 
            $ gzip -dc slmodem-2.9.X.tar.gz | tar xf -
 
 "là je tape>>>> $ tar zxvf slmodem-2.9.10.tar.gz "
 
"qui est plus pratique"

 
 
 
2. 'cd' to package directory:
 
 
 
            $ cd slmodem-2.9.X
 
"Ok là c'est bon, je tape le>>> $ cd slmodem-2.9.10"
 
 
 
3. Review and edit 'Makefile' (if need):
 
 
 
   In many cases you will need to correct path to your local kernel
 
   source tree:
 
 
 
        KERNEL_DIR=/path/to/linux
 
 
 
   Default KERNEL_DIR is '/lib/modules/<kerne-version>/build'. Many Linux
 
   Distributions use directory '/usr/src/linux-<version>' also.
 
 
 
   Note: If you are using Linux kernel 2.4, only header files should be
 
         available for build in $(KERNEL_DIR)/include
 
 
 
   Another way to pass right value KERNEL_DIR is to use command line
 
   parameter while running 'make':
 
 
 
        $ make KERNEL_DIR=/path/to/linux ...
 
"Bon là j'ai rien pigé, mais sa n'a pas l'air de me conserner, j'ai un kernel 2.6.3.7"

4. Run 'make' command to compile package:

 
 
 
            $ make
 
 "ok"

5. Install. As 'root' user run:

 
 
 
           # make install
 
 "ok, aussi "
 
   It will install:
 
 
 
   - application 'slmodemd' under '/usr/sbin' directory "oui c'est là"
 
 
 
   - hardware specific drivers (kernel modules) 'slamr' and 'slusb'
 
     under conventional kernel modules directory "c'est quoi sa???"
 
 
 
   - character device nodes '/dev/slamr0-3' with major number 212
 
     (for pci modems) and '/dev/slusb0-3' with major number 213
 
     (for usb modems)."ok c'est bon aussi"
 
 
 
   - config modules for autoloading (by editing file '/etc/modules.conf')
 
     (only with 2.4 kernels) "je saute, c'est pas pour moi "kernel 2.6.3.7 inside"

 
 
6. Config modem country.
 
 
 
   Use AT+GCI=<T.35 country code> command to setup country.
 
 
 
   Also you can setup default modem country by passing command line
 
   parameter '--country=MY_COUNTRY' to program 'slmodemd'.
 
 
 
   See output of 'slmodemd --countrylist' for a list of supported
 
   country names and T.35 country codes (see also 'slmodemd --help').
 
 
 
   Note: Command ATI7 shows currently installed country setting.
 
 "Absolument rien pigé"
 
8. Uninstallation.
 
 
 
   In package directory just type:
 
 
 
            # make uninstall
 
 
 
 
 
Getting Started
 
===============

 
 
 
After successful installation and configuration:
 
 
 
1. Load modem driver.
 
 
 
   Load your modem hardware specific kernel module:
 
 
 
            # modprobe slamr
 
 "yes, ok"
 
   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
 
"je tape >>>, . # /usr/sbin/slmodemd --country=FRANCE /dev/slamr0
 
il semble aimer"

 
   , 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.
 
 "je tape:>>> $ kppp
 
je configure le tel, login, et mot de passe... mais ya pas de '/dev/ttySL0' en vus
 
donc je remplace le '/dev/modem' par '/dev/ttySL0' à la main, mais il trouve pas le modem
 
la question qui tue,
 
pour peu que je passe pour un crétin, C'est quoi le probleme ???"

 
 
 
   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'
 
" par contre il n'aime du tout ça non plus "# ln -s /dev/ttySL0 /dev/modem"

4. Startup automation.
 
 
 
    There are examples of startup scripts in 'scripts' directory.
 
 "J' ai un script spécial mandrake j'en fais quoi???"
 
 
 
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).
 
 
 
Recent 'alsa-driver' (>=1.0.6) has also support for NVidia NForce
 
(snd-intel8x0m) and ATI IXP (snd-atiixp-modem) based modems.
 
 
 
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.
 
 
 
Note: Recent version of 'alsa-lib' (>= 1.0.6) has built-in "modem" device
 
      name support ('modem:0', 'modem:1', etc). It is recommended to use
 
      those names with modems (mandatory with ATI IXP modems).
 
 
 
Note: When using ALSA modem driver you don't need to load other
 
      modules ('slamr').
 
 
 
 

Troubleshooting
 
===============

 
 
 
If you get an error message during installation/configuration or loading
 
the modules try to see it in FAQ file.
 
 
 
Please report the problem to your modem provider or to us
 
(linux-support@smlink.com).  
 
 
 
 
 
Feedback
 
========

 
 
 
Please send any feedbacks to Smart Link. See the Smart Link
 
web site for contact information (www.smlink.com) or to
 
linux-support@smlink.com.
 
 
 
 

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