Modem is the abbreviation for "Modulator/Demodulator", a device to translate digital signals for transport over analog lines, typically but not only phone lines.

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Cannot connect with 3g modem during Arch installation [closed]

I was trying to install Arch Linux with 3g modem. I had previously downloaded usb_modswitch and wvdial and their dependencies. I booted Arch and installed them. Then I copied my Ubuntu's ...
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Huawei E353 Driver for Linux

Does the Linux kernel that comes with Ubuntu 12.04 support the Huawei E353 modem? I'm using it on Windows currently but want to know if it works on Ubuntu.
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Does HylaFax server run in OS X?

From their FAQ: HylaFAX is intended to run on any UNIX system that supports a particular set of features: FIFO special files, BSD-style sockets and the TCP/IP communication protocols, BSD-style ...
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Is there a way for linux to pick up the phone?

I know that there is a way to make Linux dial out using a modem. Is there a way to program Linux (using a library/device) to pick up the modem (record phone calls) etc? see caller id?
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Where are the logs for the serial port (power save modes, specifically)

I'm running a system with Ubuntu 10.10 (pretty old, I know, but it has to be that one), with all its packages updated to the latest version supported (the distribution is not supported anymore so, to ...
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Changing mode preference (1x/EVDO/Hybrid) for USB modem

Device in question - Huawei HC156 (what it says on the packaging)/HC1260 (what it says in lsusb). I CAN connect to the internet with it, but I can't change modes between 1x, EVDO, Hybrid. The option ...
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Making voice calls using Huawei E1550

3G dongle Huawei E1550 is able to make voice calls using huawei app in windows. With search I found the same app for linux (called Mobile Partner), seems it's working and makes calls but without sound ...
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USB 3G Modem for embedded Linux?

I am fairly new to Linux world, I have to develop an application on embedded Linux which sends data over internet. I have to choose a USB 3G modem with a SIM card holder. I would appreciate if anyone ...
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Autodetect modem in Linux?

Is there a way to autodetect modem devices in Linux and then symlink them to /dev/modem using a udev rule? Currently, I wrote a program that probes each serial port, sending AT and waiting for OK. I ...
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Ubuntu 10.10: Why does external dial-up modem randomly disconnect from internet?

Background: Dial-up is the only option for this computer Gave up on the internal modem last week; now using an external USB modem. I finally have the computer talking to the internet. HOWEVER, after ...
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Can I get an 8-bit clean connection with 'socat'?

This question is mostly about "socat", but here's some background to go with it: I am trying -- for reasons having mostly to do with nostalgia -- to write a virtual modem driver for use with ...
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Linux-compatible 56k modem

I have a client who wants to set up a fax server in their office. I'd like to use HylaFAX under Ubuntu, but I'm a little shy to spend money on hardware for Linux, particularly a modem given the whole ...