Chad Waters on 11 Nov 2014 07:27:13 -0800
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- Subject: [PLUG] linux modems.
- Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2014 10:27:08 -0500
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So make when modems were more common I remember there being major issues getting them to work on linux.
How about today? Its been suggested that I use a modem for out-of-band access to some equipment at work. Is this feasible? I can't really test it because I don't have a POTS line at my desk (yet).
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