Probably a silly question but I gotta ask - is there any support for Winmodems? I bought a modem with CallerId and had completely forgotten about the Winmodem deal till I opened it up.
I've gotten my hands on a coworker's old Sony Vaio PGC-5L2L (VGN-CR510E) and installed Xubuntu 13.10 64-bit. It works beautifully so far, except I can't seem to get the modem working. It's a winmodem of course, but tinkering with it doesn't seem to have helped.
I have been trying to get two internal modems (e.g., Intel 537) that work fine under Windows Xp to be recognized by Ubuntu 12.04 (on a Dell Precision). After having done a great deal of research in recent days I believe they are both winmodems, and that it will take a lot more effort than I wish to invest to get them to work, assuming it is at all possible.
I've had the free 5GB dropbox for a couple years and set it up on perhaps 7 or 8 laptops, tablets and smartphones, but when I bought the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.4 Pro they have a deal where they give you 50GB free dropbox and I want to know if there's any fine print to the deal? That is, is it free for a trial period and then you gotta pay?
I want to use an old Compaq Presario CQ60-118el as fax machine.The computer has a phone socket, but I cannot find a way to understand if the system do detect the modem inside.I am afraid it is one of the feared conexant winmodems, how can I detect if the modem works or its model?