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آفلاین Mehdi

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نصب مودم و برقراری ارتباط با اینترنت در توزیعهای خانواده اوبونتو گنو/لینوکس

از آنجایی که نصب مودم در اوبونتو یا هر گنو/لینوکس دیگر جزو اولین مشکلاتی است که یک کاربر ایرانی با آن مواجه میشود، در این انجمن نیز تصمیم گرفته شد تا بخشی خاص به سوالات و جوابها و راهنمایی‌ها در خصوص نصب انواع مودم در اوبونتو اختصاص یابد.

راهنمای جامع نصب مودم و برقراری اتصال به اینترنت

از کلیه کاربران محترم درخواست میکنیم پیش از باز کردن یک عنوان و طرح پرسشی جدید در رابطه با مودم این نوشتار و سایر پرسش و پاسخها را مطالعه نموده و سپس اقدام به طرح مسئله نمایند.

با تشکر
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Of one Essence is the human race,
Thusly has Creation put the Base;
One Limb impacted is sufficient,
For all Others to feel the Mace.
~Saadi (persian poet) -1258
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آفلاین محمدرضا بوذری

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با سلام من يك مودم ADSL  مدل COMTREND  دارم به صورت اكسترنال . ميخواستم چگونگي نصب آن را در لينوكس دبيان بدانم ممنون از راهنماييتان

سلام دوست عزیز. خوش آمدی  :)
بهتر بود برای مطرح کردن مشکلتون یک تاپیک جدید درست می‌کردین، چون اینجا جای مناسبی نیست  ;)

موفق باشی !
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آفلاین manuch

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all cleared due to friends persisting on deleting my phone no. ! & now be relaX
« آخرین ویرایش: 12 امرداد 1388، 12:58 ق‌ظ توسط manuch »

آفلاین Mr.xubuntu

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اینم از مودم ما.حالا چی کار کنم؟
#!/bin/bash
# scanModem maintainer is Marvin Stodolsk y
# SETDATE must be 4th line for following sed "4s/   action
SETDATE="SETDATE=2008_11_06,week_44"
cat<<END>>/dev/null
 Browse http://linmodems.technion.ac.il and  download scanModem.gz .
 Within a Linux partition
    gunzip scanModem.gz
 To make it executable:
    chmod +x scanModem
 Run diagnositics with:
    ./scanModem
Only the ouput ModemData.txt should be sent to Discuss@linmodems.org
== to do stuff ====
8086:27d8 1025:0110, has cases of both 11c11040 AND 11c13026

http://tuxmobil.org/phones_linux.html cellphone guidance

slamr reload on 2.6.24

EQUADOR=USA modem  code

Spanish - Carlos Marcano <c.marcano@gmail.com>
Amjad <isstaif@gmail.com> fluent in English Arab, Syria

scanModem under RAM boot
fake mode without modem

Please subscibe to the List at www.linmodems.org and email to the List rather than direct to me, as I am only on line irregularly.

Syed Karim <kolosus2@hotmail.com> uses USA pclinuxos
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/debug_ppp_negotiation.html
END

PATH=/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin
CMD_PATH="/bin /usr/bin /sbin /usr/sbin"

# processing alternatives
if test "$1" = up ; then
 FLD=.updates
 mkdir -p $FLD
 DATED=$(date +%Y%m%d%M)
 NEWDATE=SETDATE=$(date +"%Y_%m_%d,week_%U")
# echo SETDATE=$SETDATE changed to $NEWDATE
 sed "4s/$SETDATE/$NEWDATE/" scanModem > $FLD/scanModem.$DATED
 chmod +x $FLD/scanModem.$DATED
 cp -a $FLD/scanModem.$DATED ./scanModem
 gzip $FLD/scanModem.$DATED
 cp -a $FLD/scanModem.$DATED.gz ./scanModem.gz
 echo New SetDate is:
 grep -m 2 SETDATE scanModem
 ls scanModem $FLD/scanModem.*
 UPDATE=$(echo $NEWDATE | cut -b9-18)
 # because $UPDATE is used several times in the script body
 echo UPDATE=$UPDATE
 echo
 exit
elif test "$1" = skip ; then
  echo "Skipping to scanout parsing stage."
  SKIP=1
elif test "$1" = fake ; then
  # for script testing and faking inputs, with $2 and $3 format  VendorID:DeviceI
  if test -z "$2" ; then
    cat<<END
 fake mode syntax is:   ./scanModem fake PCIid PCIidSubsystem Distro KernelVersion GCC CPU"
   with a minimum of:   ./scanModem fake PCIid"

END
    exit
  fi
  TST=1
  PCIDEV="$2"
  SUBSYS="$3"
  ISSUER="$4"
  SYS="$5"
  GCC123="$6"
  CPU="$7"
else
  # Calculate revision age from SETDATE
  UPDATE=$(echo $SETDATE | cut -b9-18)
  echo UPDATE=$UPDATE
  wk=$(echo $SETDATE| awk -F_ '{ print $4 }' | sed 's/0*//')
# echo wk=$wk
  SETDATE=
  WeekDiff=$(( $(echo $(date +%U)  | sed 's/0*//') - $wk ))
  if test "$WeekDiff" -ge 4 ; then
    cat<<END

 There are weekly updates of scanModem.  Your copy is more than
   $WeekDiff  weeks old!!
 If decisive guidance is not provided by this scanModem of $UPDATE,
 download an update from  http://linmodems.technion.ac.il

 Continuing in 10 seconds.

END
    sleep 10
  else
    cat<<END
 Continuing as this update is only $WeekDiff weeks old,
 but the current Update is always at: http://linmodems.technion.ac.il

END
    sleep 2
  fi
  wk=
  WeekDiff=
fi

# if test "$UID" != 0 ; then
#  echo Run with Root permission:
#  if test -n "$SUDO" ; then
#    echo sudo $0
#  else
#    echo $ su - root
#    echo # $0
#  fi
#  echo
#  exit
# fi

if test -z "$SYS" ; then
  # SYS maybe provided by prior script
  SYS=$(uname -r)
fi
KRPM=$(uname -r | sed -e 's/-/_/g')
# KRPM needed for rpm underscore syntax
# SYS=2.6.8.1-+3-686 , difficult parsing case
KVER=$(uname -r | cut -d- -f1 | cut -d+ -f1 | cut -d. -f1-3)
KMAJOR=$(echo $SYS | cut -d. -f1-2)
KRELEASE=$(echo $KVER | cut -d. -f3)
KEXT=$(echo $SYS | sed -e 's/'$KVER'//g')

# Short term files have names 0tmpfile.1 2 3 etc.
rm $TMPM 2>/dev/null
#if test -z "$TMPM" ; then
#  TMPM=0tmpfile
#  if test -d /dev/shm ; then
    # use /dev/shm RAM space if possible for transient writes
#    SHM=$(ls -dl /dev/shm | cut -d' ' -f1)
#    if test "$SHM" = drwxrwxrwt ; then
#      TMPM=/dev/shm/0tmpfile
#    fi
#    SHM=
#  fi
# fi

if test -z "$BN" ; then
  # BN may be inherited from an earlier script
  BN=$(basename $0)
  if test "$BN" != scanModem ; then
  echo " Please rename this script scanModem, or some files will not print out."
  echo " Abort with Ctrl-C, or wait 5 seconds to continue."
  echo
  sleep 5
  fi
fi

if test -d Modem ; then
  if test -z "$SKIP" ; then
    /bin/rm -r Modem 2>/dev/null
  else
    rm Modem/ModemData.txt
  fi
fi

mkdir -p Modem
RECORD=Modem/ModemData.txt
DOCs=Modem/DOCs
mkdir -p $DOCs
RECORD2=Modem/DOCs/YourSystem.txt
mkdir -p Modem/tmp
TMPM=Modem/tmp/0tmpfile
cat<<END>$RECORD2

This file should NOT be sent to Discuss@Linmodems.org
It has common guidance for modem usage after setup.

END

## A few environmental variables governing ouputs
DPKG=$(ls /usr/bin/dpkg /usr/sbin/dpkg 2>/dev/null)
# recognizes Debian like Systems
if test -z "$DPKG" ; then
  # Debians may include RPM sector
  RPM=$(ls /usr/bin/rpm /usr/sbin/rpm 2>/dev/null)
fi

if test "$(pwd)" = "/"  -a -z "$RPM" ; then
  cat<<END

 $0 should NOT be run in the / directory!!
 Copy scanModem to /root/ or /tmp/ of some /home/User/ folder.
 Exiting now.

END
  exit
fi

if test -z "$SKIP"; then
# Skip to scanout analyses
if test -f /etc/issue ; then
  if grep buntu  /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
    # covering Kubuntu, Ebuntu ete
    ISSUER=Ubuntu
    # Ubuntu related distros using sudo rather than "su - root"
    SUDO=sudo
  elif grep SuSE /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
    # SuSE is not the first word in /etc/issue
    ISSUER=SuSE
  elif grep "Red Hat" /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
    # SuSE is not the first word in /etc/issue
    ISSUER=redhat
  elif grep edora /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
    # SuSE is not the first word in /etc/issue
    ISSUER=fedora
  elif grep .[fc:digit:]. /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
    # SuSE is not the first word in /etc/issue
    ISSUER=fedora
  else
    ISSUE=$(cut -d'\' -f1 /etc/issue)
    ISSUER=$(cut -d' ' -f1 /etc/issue | cut -d_ -f1 | cut -d- -f1)
  fi
elif test -f /etc/slackware-version ; then
  ISSUER=Slackware
else
  ISSUER="Linux distro not identified"
fi

echo>$TMPM
# Here to reveal installed software
if test -L /dev/modem ; then
   link=" The modem symbolic link is  /$(ls -l  /dev/modem | cut -d/ -f2- 2>/dev/null)"
   echo $link > $TMPM
fi
if test -L /dev/ttySL0 ; then
  link2=" The slmodemd set symbolic link is  /$(ls -l  /dev/ttySL0 | cut -d/ -f2- 2>/dev/null)"
  echo $link2 >>$TMPM
fi
link=
link2=
CPU=$(uname -m)
cat<<END>>$RECORD
 Only plain text email is forwarded by the  Discuss@Linmodems.org List Server,
 as HTML can contain viruses. Use as the email Subject Line:
           YourName, YourCountry $ISSUE kernel $(uname -r)
 With this Subject Line cogent experts will be alerted, and useful case names left in the Archive.
 YourCountry will enable Country specific guidance. Linux experts in YourCountry
 can be found through: http://www.linux.org/groups/index.html.
They will know your Country's modem code, which may be essential for dialup service.
Responses from Discuss@Linmodems.org are sometimes blocked by an Internet Provider mail filters.
 So in a day, also check the Archived responses at http://www.linmodems.org
--------------------------  System information ----------------------------
CPU=$CPU,  $ISSUE
$(cat /proc/version)
 scanModem update of:  $UPDATE
$(cat $TMPM)
END

if grep -i slack /etc/issue >/dev/null ; then
  echo "Mike Mohr <akihana@gmail.com> can provide assistance with Slackware related issues.">>$RECORD
echo >>$RECORD
fi

if test "$CPU" = x86_64 ; then
  cat<<END>>$RECORD

Some modem drivers can only be used in 32 bit modem on x86_64 systems,
while some others are competent on x86_64 Systems.  Cases are:
1) http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/bigarch/archive-seventh/msg03119.html
for the snd-hda-intel audio+modem driver. Also applicable to AC97 modem controllers.
In both cases, 32 bit libraries must be installed to support the slmodemd helper having a precompiled 32 bit component.
2) For USB modems using the slusb.ko driver. 32 bit libraries must be installed to support the slmodemd helper having a precompiled 32 bit component
3) The hsfmodem and hcfpcimodem drivers for Conexant chipsest modes are x86_64 competent.

END
fi

LSMOD=$(lsmod | grep Module)
if test -z "$LSMOD"  ; then
  echo "lsmod utility not found! Install the package modutils">>$RECORD
fi

# preparing to grep CONFIG
if test -f /boot/config-$SYS ; then
  CONFIG=/boot/config-$SYS
elif test -f CONFIG=/boot/config-$SYS-default ; then
  CONFIG=/boot/config-$SYS-default
else
  CONFIG=
fi

## GCC analysis
# sed replace s (  and ) with spaces
GCC_INPUT=$(cat /proc/version |  sed -e 's/)/ /g' | sed -e 's/(/ /g')
# Picks our version # following gcc
if test -z "$GCC123" ; then
  GCC123=$(for i in $GCC_INPUT ; do echo $i ; done | grep -A2 gcc | grep -A1 ersion | grep -v  ersion)
fi
# last cut for rare names like: MyCompiler-3.3.5
GCC12=$(echo $GCC123 | cut -d. -f1-2 | cut -d- -f2)
GCC1=$(echo $GCC12 | cut -d. -f1)
GCC2=$(echo $GCC12 | cut -d. -f2)
# for later package name output
SLMODEMD=SLMODEMD.gcc$GCC12.tar.gz

# Check resident compiler
GCCtests=$(ls /usr/bin/gcc /usr/bin/gcc-?.? 2>/dev/null)
if test -z "$TST" -a -n "$GCCtests" ; then
  for i in $GCCtests
  do
    GCCt=$($i -dumpversion | grep $GCC12 2>/dev/null)
    if test -n "$GCCt" ; then
      GCC=$GCCt
      GCCs=$(echo $GCCt | cut -d. -f1-2)
      GCCt=
    fi
  done
fi
if test -z "$GCC" ; then
  GCC=none
fi
GCCtests=

BL1=$(grep -rs modem /etc/modprobe* | grep blacklist | grep -v "#" 2>/dev/null)
BL2=$(grep -rs snd-intel8x0m /etc/modprobe* | grep blacklist | grep -v "#" 2>/dev/null)
if test -z "$TST" -a -n "$BL1" -o "$BL2" ; then
      cat<<END>>$RECORD
Modem drivers blocked from loading during bootup are listed in /etc/modprobe* file lines:
$BL1
$BL2

END
  else
      echo " There are no blacklisted modem drivers in /etc/modprobe*  files ">>$RECORD
fi
BL1=
BL2=

# modem covers ALSA snd-*-modem drivers
cat<<END>$TMPM
modem
intel8x0m
hsf
hcf
slam
slusb
snd-hda-intel
agrmodem
agrserial
martian_dev
END
DLOADED=$(lsmod | grep -f $TMPM | cut -d' ' -f1 | grep -f $TMPM)
if test -z "$TST" -a -n "$LOADED" ; then
   cat<<END>>$RECORD
 Potentially useful modem drivers now loaded are:
 $DLOADED

END
fi
DLOADED=

for i in $CMD_PATH
do
  if test -x $i/lspci ; then
    LSPCI=$i/lspci
  fi
done
if test -z "$TST" -a -z "$LSPCI" ; then
  cat<<END | tee -a $RECORD

  WARNING: lspci not found  - exiting
  lspcidrake is not adequate for scanmodem 
  Please install the package:  pciutils

END
  exit 1
  echo
fi

for i in $CMD_PATH
do
  if test -x $i/dmesg ; then
    DMESG=$i/dmesg
  fi
done

for i in $CMD_PATH
do
  if test -x $i/aplay ; then
    APLAY=$i/aplay
  fi
done

# Known High Definition Audio cards, possibly hosting soft modems
cat<<END>$TMPM.hda
10de:026a
10de:026c
10de:03f0
10de:0371
10de:055c
8086:2668
8086:27d8
8086:284b
8086:284d
8086:293e
10b9:5461
1106:3288
1002:4383
1002:437b
1002:aa08
1039:7502
END

if test -z "$TST" ; then
  if ! test -d /proc/asound ; then
    cat<<END>$TMPM.HDA
Packages needed for support of Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) support should be installed: alsa-base and alsa-utilities!!
They are necessary for support of ALSA modem drivers, many Conexant chipset modems and success of modem diagnostics for modems requiring slmodemd actions.

END
  else
    cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA
===== Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) diagnostics =====
The ALSA packages provide audio support and also drivers for some modems.
ALSA diagnostics are written during bootup to /proc/asound/ folders.
END
    ALSAver=$(cat /proc/asound/version | grep Version | cut -d' ' -f7 | cut -b1-6 )
    ALSArel=$(echo $ALSAver | cut -d. -f3)
    if test -n "$ALSArel" -a "$ALSArel" -ge 13 -a "$GCC12" = 4.0 ; then
      SLMODEMD=SLMODEMD-1.0.13.tar.gz
    fi
    if test "$APLAY" ; then
      SomeModem=$($APLAY -l | grep -i modem)
      if test -z "$SomeModem" ; then
      None=None
      fi
      cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

The ALSA verion is $ALSAver
The modem cards detected by "aplay -l"  are: $None
$SomeModem
END
      SomeModem=
      None=
    fi # APLAY
    PCM=/proc/asound/pcm
    if test -f $PCM ; then
      PAC=/proc/asound/cards
      cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

The $PCM file reports:
-----------------------
$(cat $PCM)

about $PAC:
------------------------
$(cat $PAC)
END
      if grep Conexant $PCM >/dev/null ; then
          HSF=1
      fi

      HDAbus=$($LSPCI -n | grep  "0403: " | cut -d' ' -f1)
      if test -n "$HDAbus" ; then
        HDA=1
        cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

 PCI slot $HDAbus has a High Definition Audio Card
 The drivers are in the kernel modules tree at:
 $(find /lib/modules -name snd-hda-intel.ko)
END
        if $LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $HDAbus | grep Class >/dev/null ; then
          HDAdev=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $HDAbus | cut -d' ' -f4)
        else
          HDAdev=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $HDAbus | cut -d' ' -f3)
        fi
        HDAold=$(grep $HDAdev $TMPM.hda 2>/dev/null)
        if test -z "$HDAold" ; then
          cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA
 New HDA card type:
    $($LSPCI-s $HDAbus 2>/dev/null)
    $($LSPCI-s $HDAbus -n 2>/dev/null)

END
        fi

        ## High Definition Audio card lines from /proc/asound/pcm
        # 00-00  is the Audio card,  the modem line is like:
        # 00-06: Si3054 Modem : Si3054 Modem : playback 1 : capture 1
# IDENT=
# Driver=snd-hda-intel
        Si3054Files=$(grep -rsl Si3054 /proc/asound/card?/codec#[1-6] 2>/dev/null)
          # Now identied in ALSA patch_si3054, the HDA soft modem chips
# 163c3055 163c3155 11c11040 11c13026 11c13055 11c13155
# 10573055 10573057 10573155 11063288 15433155 18540018
# 14f12bfa 14f12c06 are Conexant chips not in patch_si3054
        if test -z "$Si3054Files" ; then
          ODD="11c11040 14f12bfa 14f12c06"
          for odd in $ODD
          do
            OddCase=$(grep -rsl $odd /proc/asound/card?/codec#[1-6] 2>/dev/null)
            if test "$OddCase" ; then
              Si3054Files=$OddCase
            fi
          done
          ODD=
          Oddcase=
        fi

        if test "$Si3054Files" ; then
          for SF in $Si3054Files
          do
            cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA
 The modem codec file for the HDA card is: $SF
--------------------------------------------------------
$(cat $SF)

END
            SoftChip=$(grep Vendor $SF | cut -dx -f2)
            if test "$SoftChip" ; then
                  CHIP=0x$SoftChip
                  echo " The audio card hosts a softmodem chip:  $CHIP">>$TMPM.HDA
# cat $TMPM.HDA
                  VendorID=$(echo $SoftChip | cut -b1-4)
# Guidance for particular chips:
              if test "$SoftChip" = 14f12bfa -o "$SoftChip" = 14f12c06 ; then
                    IDENT=hsfmodem
                    Driver=hsfmodem-drivers
                    HSF=1
                    cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

 14f1 is the Conexant Vendor ID, and $CHIP a softmodem chipset.
 Get a hsfmodem package through http://www.linuxant.com

END
              elif test "$SoftChip" = 11c11040 ; then
                IDENT=11c11040
                Driver=agrmodem+agrserial+patched_snd-hda-intel
              elif test "$SoftChip" = 11c13026 -o "$SoftChip" = 11c13126 -o "$SoftChip" = 163c3055 -o "$SoftChip" = 163c3155 -o "$SoftChip" = 10573055 -o "$SoftChip" = 10573155 -o 15433155 ; then
                    IDENT=slmodemd
                    cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

The softmodem chip $CHIP is in principle supported by the COMM support of slmodemd
and the joint snd-hda-intel audio+modem driver, begun with ALSA version 1.0.13. 
For HDA cards with ALC883 chips, an upgrade to ALSA verions 1.0.15 way be necessary. Instructions for Upgrading snd-hda-intel and its dependent driver set are at:
http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/bigarch/archive-eighth/msg00838.html

END
              else
                echo Future alternatives >/dev/null
              fi # Chip guidance
            fi # softchip
          done # cf
          if test -z "$IDENT" ; then
            hsfMaybe=$(grep -rsl 14f1 /proc/asound/card?/codec#? 2>/dev/null)
            if test "$hsfMaybe" ; then
              cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

Though a Conexant modem chipset has not been directly detected,
the present of Vendor 14f1 Conexant audio chips, strongly suggests
that if no other modem is detected, than a Conexant modem chip is hosted
on the Subsystem of the High Definition Audio card.

END
            fi
          fi
          Si3054Files=
        fi # Si3054 files
        if test "$ALSArel" -le 15 ; then
          if grep STAC92xx $PCM >/dev/null ; then
            cat<<END>> $TMPM.HDA

Modem support under STAC92xx audio card hosts may require upgrade
of snd-hda-intel + its dependent drivers to ALSA version  1.0.16.
The following modem only worked after the upgrade from to 1.0.16 from 1.0.14
 PCI ID      SubsystemID     Name
 ---------   ---------       --------------
 8086:27d8   107b:0366       Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801G
with ALSA diagnostics
00-00: STAC92xx Analog : STAC92xx Analog : playback 1 : capture 2
00-06: Si3054 Modem : Si3054 Modem : playback 1 : capture 1
       Codec: Motorola Si3054
            for 107b:0366 hosted modem chip: 0x10573057

For a standard Ubuntu system needed to support the driver compilation were

END
          fi
        fi
      fi # HDAbus

      lineModem=$(grep -i modem $PCM)
#lineModem=something
#echo lineModem=$lineModem
      if test "$lineModem" -o -n "$HDA" ; then
        # there are a few cases, not mutually exclusive?
        # An AC'97 modems, but having the 00-0[1-9] device descriptor
          ALI5451=$(grep "ALI 5451 modem" $PCM | cut -d' ' -f1)
        if test "$ALI5451" ; then
          # 00-01: ALI 5451 modem : ALI 5451 modem : playback 1 : capture 1
          # 00-00: ALI 5451 : ALI 5451 : playback 32 : capture 1
            DRIVER_=snd_ali5451
            Driver=snd-ali5451
            SLMODEMD_DEVICE=hw:0,1
            OPTS="-s "
            IDENT=slmodemd
            Driver=snd-ali5451
            echo " Driver snd-ali5451 supports both audio and modem functions of the ALI5451 card.">>$TMPM.HDA
        else
            HDAmodem=$(grep -i Modem $PCM | grep "00-0[1-9]: " 2>/dev/null)
          if test "$HDAmodem" ; then
            Driver=snd-hda-intel
            DRIVER=snd_hda_intel
            # cases hw:0,1 and hw:0,6  thus far observed
            cA=$(grep -i Modem $PCM | cut -b4)
            cM=$(grep -i Modem $PCM | cut -b5)
            SLMODEMD_DEVICE=hw:$cA,$cM
          fi
        fi # ALI5451 and HDA devices
        if test "$Driver" ; then
            cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA
If not a Conexant modem, the driver $Driver with its dependent drivers:
$(lsmod | grep $DRIVER)
----------
provide audio + modem support with the modem chip residing on the subsystem.
Any particular card can host any one of several soft modem chips.

END
        fi
        ## typical mc97 codec modem, proc/asound/pcm   modem line
        # 01-00: VIA 82XX modem : VIA 82XX modem : playback 1 : capture 1
        # there are rare cases where modem:0 is necessary because a non-ALSA audio
        # driver is used, so hw:0 is the modem rather that the audio device.
        n97=$(grep -i Modem $PCM | grep "0[01]-00: "| cut -b2 2>/dev/null)
# n97=n97
# echo n97=$n97
        if test "$n97" ; then
          #  Identify mc97 the driver
          if grep VIA82XX-MODEM $PAC >/dev/null ; then
                  Driver=snd-via82xx-modem
                  DRIVER=snd_via82xx_modem
          elif grep ATIXXP-MODEM $PAC >/dev/null ; then
                  DRIVER=snd_atiixp_modem
                  Driver=snd-atiixp-modem
          elif grep ICH-MODEM $PAC >/dev/null ; then
                  DRIVER=snd_intel8x0m
                  Driver=snd-intel8x0m
          else
                echo Future cases >/dev/null
          fi

        # Read out the soft modem codec for AC'97 modems, if card activated.
          REGISTERS=$(find /proc/asound -name 'mc97#[0-3]-[0-3]+regs')
# REGISTERS=$(find dl/ALSAmichael -name mc97#0-0+regs)
# echo REGISTERS=$REGISTERS
        # This analysis may reveal a Conexant chip, for revealed in the prior section
# REGISTERS=$(find   pkg/HDA/ALI5451/ -name 'mc97#[0-3]-[0-3]+regs')
          if test -n "$REGISTERS" ; then
            for REG in $REGISTERS
            do
# echo REG=$REG
              mc97=$(echo $REG | cut -d+ -f1)
#  mc97=$mc97
              mc97line=$(cat $mc97 | grep Extended)
              if test "$mc97line" ; then
                cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

Modem firmware information is in $mc97
-----------------------------------------------
$mc97line

END
              fi

            hex1=$(grep 0:7c $REG | cut -b 8-9)
            hex2=$(grep 0:7c $REG | cut -b 10-11)
            hex3=$(grep 0:7e $REG | cut -b 8-9)
            num=$(grep 0:7e $REG | cut -b 10-11)
echo num=$num
                    cat<<END>$TMPM
41 A
42 B
43 C
44 D
45 E
46 F
47 G
48 H
49 I
4a J
4b K
4c L
4d M
4e N
4f O
50 P
51 Q
52 R
53 S
54 T
55 U
56 V
57 W
58 X
59 Y
5a Z
END
              B1=$(grep $hex1 $TMPM | cut -b4)
              B2=$(grep $hex2 $TMPM | cut -b4)
              B3=$(grep $hex3 $TMPM | cut -b4)
              CodecDiagnosed=$B1$B2$B3$num
              CodecClass=$B1$B2$B3
#  echo CodecClass=$CodecClass
# echo CodecDiagnosed=$B1$B2$B3$num
              B1=
              B2=
              B3=
              num=
              cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA
Lines in: $REG
-------------------------------
$(grep 0:7c $REG)  and  $(grep 0:7e $REG)
are translated from hexadecimal code into the modem chip identifier:  $CodecDiagnosed

END
              if test "$CodecClass" = CXT ; then
               IDENT=hsfmodem
               HSF=1
              elif grep -i Conexant $mc97 >/dev/null ; then
               IDENT=hsfmodem
               HSF=1
              elif test -n "$CodecDiagnosed" ; then
               IDENT=slmodemd
               TYPE=ALSA
                if test "$DRIVER" ; then
            DRIVERDdone=1
            cat<<END>>$TMPM.HDA

The driver $Driver with its dependent drivers:
$(lsmod | grep $DRIVER)
----------
provide modem + audio support.

END
                fi
              else
               echo No decision>/dev/null
              fi

              if test "$HSF" ; then
                echo " Support is provided only through hsfmodem drivers.  Read DOCs/Conexant.txt">>$TMPM.HDA
              fi
            done
          fi # REGISTERS
        fi # n97 devices
      fi # lineModem



    fi # PCM
  fi # proc/asound
  PAC=
fi # TST
# MARV
if test "$DMESG" ; then
  HSFboot=$($DMESG | grep HSF:)
  if test -n "$HSFboot" ; then
    cat<<END>>$RECORD

 A Linuxant bootup diagnostic reported:
 $($DMESG | grep HSF:)

END
  fi

# if the slamr.ko  driver is installed, take advantage of its diagnostic
          SLAMR=$(find /lib/modules/  -mindepth 3 -maxdepth 5 -name slamr.*  | grep $SYS)
          if test -n "$SLAMR" ; then
            $DMESG | grep -v "SmartLink AMRMO modem" | grep slamr > $TMPM
###  typical output
# slamr: SmartLink AMRMO modem.
# slamr: probe 8086:24c6 ICH4 card...
# slamr: mc97 codec is SIL27
# slamr: slamr0 is ICH4 card.
            if grep slamr $TMPM >/dev/null ; then
              SLAMRout=1
            elif test "$UID" = 0 ; then
              /sbin/modprobe -r slamr
              /sbin/modprobe slamr
              $DMESG | grep -v "SmartLink AMRMO modem" | grep slamr > $TMPM
              if grep slamr $TMPM >/dev/null ; then
                SLAMRout=1
              fi
            else
              cat<<END
     
 Please rerun scanModem after login as
 #  su - root
 Within Modem/DOCs/Smartlink.txt, see the slamr test for an explanation.
 
END
              sleep 3
            fi
            if test -n "$SLAMRout" ; then
              echo " ------ dmesg slamr filtered -------">/dev/null
              cat $TMPM >/dev/null
    slamrTest=$($DMESG | grep slamr | grep codec | cut -d' ' -f6)
    echo slamrTest=$slamrTest>>$OP
              if test -n "$slamTest" ; then
    CodecClass=$(echo $slamrTest | cut -b 1-3)
    echo CODslamr=$CodecClass>>$OP
    echo " The slamr diagnostic reports a codec:  $slamrTest" >>$RECORD
              fi
            fi
          fi
# end SLAMR actions, not PCI ID dependent

  PNP=$($DMESG | grep "IRQ XX")
  if test -z "$TST" -a -n "$PNP"  ;  then
    cat<<END>> $RECORD
  If after boot up
# dmesg  | grep "IRQ XX"
displays:
    IRQ XX nobody cared
 a change in the bootup BIOS may to a non-PNP choice is likely necessary.

END
  fi
fi # DMESG

for i in $CMD_PATH
do
  if test -x $i/lsusb
  then
    LSUSB=$i/lsusb
  fi
done

# https://atr2.ath.cx/~jayjwa/documents/LGVX8300-ACM-linux-dialup.txt
# 22b8:4902 Motorola PCS E398 GSM Phone
# 0409:011d NEC Corp. e228 Mobile Phone
# Bus 004 Device 004: ID 1004:1fae LG Electronics, Inc. U8120 3G Cellphone
if test -z "$TST" -a -n "$LSUSB" -a -x $LSUSB &>/dev/null ; then
  USBdevs=$($LSUSB | grep -v 0000:0000 | cut -d' ' -f6 )
  if test "$USBdevs" ; then
    cat<<END>> $RECORD
Attached USB devices are:
$($LSUSB | grep -v 0000:0000 | cut -d: -f2-)

END
    cat<<END>$TMPM
hsfmodem 0572:1300 0572:1301 0572:1302 0572:1303 08e3:0111 0803:1300 0803:1301 145f:0106 148d:1671 148d:1672
dgcmodem 0572:1320 0572:1321 0572:1322 0572:1323 0572:1324 0572:1328 0572:1329 0803:3095
agrsm 047e:2828 047e:2892
slusb 0483:7554
usbserial 0421:0428_6230i_Modem
hcfusbmodem 0572:1290 05AC:8202_apple
END
    for usb in $USBdevs
    do
      USBdriver=$(grep $usb $TMPM | cut -d' ' -f1 2>/dev/null)
      if test "$USBdriver" ; then
        USBmodem=1
        USBbus=$($LSUSB | grep $usb | cut -d' ' -f2)
        NAME=$($LSUSB | grep $usb | cut -d' ' -f7-)
        SLOT=$($LSUSB | grep $usb | cut -d' ' -f1-4)
        cat<<END>>Modem/scanout.$USBbus
bus=$USBbus
SLOT="$SLOT"
NAME="$NAME"
USBmodemID=$usb
IDENT=$USBdriver
Driver=$USBdriver
END
      fi
    done
    USBdevs=
  fi 
  if test -z "$USBdriver" ; then
    echo "USB modems not recognized">>$RECORD
    echo >>$RECORD
  fi
else
  echo "Checking  /proc/bus/usb/devices">>$RECORD
  if test -f  /proc/bus/usb/devices ; then
    USBproc=$(grep -i modem /proc/bus/usb/devices)
    if test "$USBproc" ; then
      echo $USBproc >> $RECORD
      USBproc=
    else
      echo " USB modem not detected among /proc/bus/usb/devices.">> $RECORD
    fi
  else
    echo " /proc/bus/usb/devices file not present, barring USB modem query.  ">> $RECORD
  fi
echo >> $RECORD
fi

# echo USBid=0483:7554>Modem/scanout.004
# echo IDENT=slmodemd>>Modem/scanout.004
cat<<END>>/dev/null
Modem/scanout.004
USBid=0483:7554
IDENT=slmodemd
SLMODEMD_DEVICE=/dev/slusb0
Driver=slusb
DRIVER=slusb
END
LSUSB=
USBmodemID=
bus=
SLOT=
NAME=
USBdriver=


if test -z "$TST" ; then
  echo
  echo Identifying PCI bus slots with candidate modems.
  BUS1=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null | grep " 07..: " | grep -v "FIR Port" | grep -v arallel | grep -v SmartCard | grep -v HECI |  cut -d' ' -f1)
  #older 07xx: Modem family
  BUS2=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null | grep " 0403: " | cut -d' ' -f1)
  # 0403: 8086:2668 Intel Corp. 82801FB/FBM/4/FW/FRW (ICH6 Family) High Definition Audio
  BUS3=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null | grep 5451 | cut -d' ' -f1)
  # special  ALI5451 sound modem case.
  PCIBUS="$BUS1 $BUS2 $BUS3"
  BUS1=
  BUS2=
  BUS3=
  if test -z "$PCIBUS" ; then
    cat<<END | tee -a $RECORD

A candidate modem card was not detected among the PCI bus devices:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$($LSPCI | grep -v USB | grep -v ridge | grep -v RAM)
-------------------------------------------------------------------
with exclusion of USB, RAM and bridge devices.

If your modem is external,try detecting it with Admin/root command:
$ $SUDO wvdialconf  /etc/wvdial.conf


END
  fi
fi # TST

cat<<END>/dev/null
#  this is the older filter used
Modem
modem
erial controller
ommunication controller
M5451
High Definition Audio
HDA
ATI Technologies Inc: Unknown device
END

class=`${LSPCI} -n | head -1 | cut -d' ' -f2`
if [ ${class} = "Class" ] ; then
  fid=4
else
  fid=3
fi

if test -z "$TST" -a "$PCIBUS" ; then
  # Do a preliminary PCI ID readout, in case of a later script failure.
  for buS in $PCIBUS
  do
    bus=$(echo $buS  | sed -e 's/ //g')
    # to remove leading space
    echo "For candidate card in slot $bus, firmware information and bootup diagnostics are:">>$RECORD
    cat<<END>>$RECORD
 PCI slot   PCI ID      SubsystemID   Name
 ----------   ---------   ---------   --------------
END
    if $LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | grep Class >/dev/null ; then
      PCIDEV=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f4)
    else
      PCIDEV=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f3)
    fi
    SUBSYS=$($LSPCI -nv 2>/dev/null  | grep -A1 $bus | grep Subsystem | cut -d' ' -f2-)
    IRQ=$($LSPCI -v 2>/dev/null  | grep -A2 $bus | grep IRQ  | cut -dQ -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2)
    NAME=$($LSPCI | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f2- | cut -d'(' -f1)
    echo " $bus   $PCIDEV   $SUBSYS   $NAME">>$RECORD
    echo >>$RECORD
    echo " Modem interrupt assignment and sharing: ">>$RECORD
    if test $IRQ: -a -f /proc/interrupts ; then
     grep -m 1 $IRQ: /proc/interrupts>>$RECORD
     BLOCKED=$(grep -m 1 $IRQ: /proc/interrupts | grep $bus)
    fi

    IRQ=$($LSPCI -v 2>/dev/null  | grep -A2 $bus | grep IRQ  | cut -dQ -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2)
    if test "$IRQ" = 0 -o "$IRQ" = 255 ; then
    cat<<END>>$RECORD
===================================
 The modem interrupt (IRQ) is $IRQ . IRQs of 0 or 255 are not functional!!
 The CPU cannot control the modem until this situation is corrected!!
 Possible corrections are:
   1) Within the boot up BIOS, change from a Windows to a non-PNP/Other Operating System type.
   Instructions for accessing BIOS are at:
      http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/resources.html within:  Additional Resourcces.
   2a) Add an option "pci=routeirq" to the kernel boot up line.
      Here is an example paragraph from  /boot/grub/menu.lst :
   title           Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.15-26-686
   root            (hd0,6)
   kernel          /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-26-686 root=/dev/hda7 ro pci=routeirq
   initrd          /boot/initrd.img-2.6.15-26-686
   savedefault
   2b) Same as above, but use "pollirq" instead of "pci=routeirq".
   3) Within some BIOS setups, IRQ assignments can be changed.
   4) On non-laptop systems, moving the modem card to another slot has helped.
   5) Sometimes upgrading the kernel changes IRQ assignment.
=====================================

END
    fi # IRQ

    if test "$DMESG" ; then
      echo " --- Bootup diagnostics for card in PCI slot $bus ----">>$RECORD
      $DMESG |  grep $bus>>$RECORD
      DISABLED=$($DMESG | grep $bus | grep -i disabl)
      if test "$DISABLED" -o "$BLOCKED" ; then
        cat<<END>>$RECORD

 The PCI slot $bus of the modem card may be disabled early in
 a bootup process,  but then enabled later. If modem drivers load
 but the  modem is not responsive, read DOCs/Bootup.txt about possible fixes.
 Send dmesg.txt along with ModemData.txt to discuss@linmodems.org
 if help is needed.
 
END
        cat /proc/interrupts >Modem/dmesg.txt
        echo >>Modem/dmesg.txt
        $DMESG>>Modem/dmesg.txt
   echo >>Modem/dmesg.txt
   lsmod >>Modem/dmesg.txt
        cat<<END>Modem/Bootup.txt

 A modem device/card may be disabled at bootup, due to a variety of causes.
 Look at the bootup diagnostics record dmesg.txt  and try to garner some
 understanding from it. Attach it to your query to  discuss@linmodems.org
 Possibilities therein are too  diverse to be automagically processed by
 scanModem. A line including the PCI
 bus slot $bus of your modem, and "disable" or "disabling" predicts problems,
 though sometimes corrected later in the bootup.  Similarly a line with "@"
 in the interrupt (IRQ) for your $bus slot is predictive of problems.

 Possible corrections are:
 1) Within the boot up BIOS, change from a Windows to a non-PNP/Other Operating System type.
 Instructions for accessing BIOS are at:
 http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/resources.html within:  Additional Resourcces.
 2a) Add an option "pci=routeirq" to the kernel boot up line.
 Here is an example paragraph from  /boot/grub/menu.lst :
       title           Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.15-26-686
       root            (hd0,6)
       kernel          /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-26-686 root=/dev/hda7 ro pci=routeirq
       initrd          /boot/initrd.img-2.6.15-26-686
       savedefault
 2b) Same as above, but use "pollirq" instead of "pci=routeirq".
 3) Within some BIOS setups, IRQ assignments can be changed.
 4) On non-laptop systems, moving the modem card to another slot has helped.
 5) Blacklist as many drivers as possible. See
         http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/bigarch/archive-eighth/msg01593.html
 6) Sometimes upgrading the kernel solves the problem.
 7) Sometimes downgrading the kernel solves the problem.
  Sometimes changing the Linux distribution solves the problem.
 9) Get unloading.gz from http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/linmodems/
 This script unloads excess drivers which may be competing for resources.
 Before trying to set up the modem, do:
 $ gunzip unloading.gz
 $ chmod +x unloading
 $ su - root
 # ./unloading
 Or for Ubuntu related Distros
 $ sudo ./unloading

END
      fi #Disabled
    fi # DMESG
    bus=
    buS=
    PCIDEV=
    SUBSYS=
    NAME=
    DISABLED=
    BLOCKED=
    IRQ=
    echo>> $RECORD
  done # first round
fi # TST & BUS

if test -n "$TST" ; then
  NAME=FakeName
  if test -z "$SUBSYS" ; then
    SUBSYS=some:thing
  fi
  PCIBUS=FakeBus
fi # TST

if test -n "$PCIBUS" ; then
  echo Running PCIbus cases
# >/dev/null
  for buS in $PCIBUS
  do
   bus=$(echo $buS  | sed -e 's/ //g')
   if test ! "$bus" = FakeBus ; then
    echo "Analysing card in PCI bus $bus, writing to scanout.$bus"
    OP=Modem/scanout.$bus
    if $LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | grep Class >/dev/null ; then
    CLASS0=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f3-4)
    else
    CLASS0=$($LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f2-3)
    fi
  # $LSPCI -n 2>/dev/null  | grep $i | cut -d' ' -f2-4 > $TMPM
    CLASS="Class $CLASS0"
    PCIDEV=$(echo $CLASS | cut -d' ' -f3)
# PCIDEV=134d:7891
    class=$($LSPCI | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f2- | grep ' 0403: ' >/dev/null)
    if test -n "$class" ; then
    NAME=$($LSPCI 2>/dev/null | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f3- | cut -d'(' -f1 )
    else
    NAME=$($LSPCI 2>/dev/null | grep $bus | cut -d' ' -f2- | cut -d'(' -f1)
    fi
    IRQ=$($LSPCI -v 2>/dev/null  | grep -A2 $bus | grep IRQ  | cut -dQ -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2)
   else
     IRQ=fake
     CLASS=FakeClass
     NAME=FakeName
     OP=Modem/scanout.fake
     cat<<END

    Substituted test inputs:
 PCIDEV=$PCIDEV
 SUBSYS=$SUBSYS

END
   fi # FakeBus

   if test "$PCIDEV" = 10b9:5451 -a "$KMAJOR" = 2.6 -a "$KRELEASE" -le 12 ; then
     echo " Driver $Driver includes modem support beginning within 2.6.12 kernels.">>$RECORD
   fi
# PCIDEV=for Faking
    Vendor=$(echo $PCIDEV | cut -d: -f1)
    Device=$(echo $PCIDEV | cut -d: -f2)
    if test -z "$TST" -a -z "$SUBSYS" ; then
      SUBSYS=$($LSPCI -nv 2>/dev/null  | grep -A1 $bus | grep Subsystem | cut -d' ' -f2-)
      SUBNAME=$($LSPCI -v 2>/dev/null  | grep -A1 $bus | grep Subsystem | cut -d: -f2-)
    fi
    if test -n "$SUBSYS" ; then
      SUBven=$(echo $SUBSYS | cut -d: -f1)
      SUBdev=$(echo $SUBSYS | cut -d: -f2)
      $LSPCI -nv 2>/dev/null | grep -A2 $bus | grep Flags: >/dev/null
    else
      SUBSYS=none
      echo PCIbus=$bus>>$RECORD
      $LSPCI -v 2>/dev/null  | grep -A4 $bus>>$RECORD
      echo >>$RECORD
    fi
    CLASS=$(echo $CLASS | cut -d' ' -f2 | cut -d: -f1)
    cat<<END>>$OP
CLASS=$CLASS
NAME="$NAME"
PCIDEV=$PCIDEV
SUBSYS=$SUBSYS
IRQ=$IRQ
END
    SOFT=

## Recognizing soft modems
    if test -n "$PCIDEV" ; then
        # are AC97 softmodem controllers
      echo "8086:2416 8086:2426 8086:7186 8086:7196 8086:2446 8086:2486 8086:24c6 8086:25a7 8086:24d6 8086:8280 8086:266d 8086:2669 8086:27dd 8086:2a07 1039:7013 1039:7018  10de:01c1 10de:00d9 1106:3068 1022:7446 10b9:5450 10b9:5451 10b9:5453 1025:5453 10b9:5457 1025:5457 1002:434d 1002:4378" >>$TMPM

      if grep $PCIDEV $TMPM>/dev/null ; then
        if test -z "$IDENT" ; then
          IDENT=mc97
        fi
        SOFT=$PCIDEV.MC97
        echo SOFT=$SOFT>>$OP
        cat<<END>/dev/null
AC97  ARCHIVE
=========
In the Archive below, the first field is the mc97 codec for cards with a AC97/MC97 compatible register, read from the 0:7c and 0:7e fields and then translated.
Following are the SubSystem PCI IDs of cards with that codec,
which is grep filtered ppon. This field accepts comments diverse.
The HDA cards are first listed.
END
if test -f $TMPM.2 ; then
  rm $TMPM.2>/dev/null
fi
        if test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:2416 ; then
    # 8086:2416 82801AA ICHAA
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT   107b:0012
SIL21 109f:7140 5349:4c21
SIL22 14c0:0012 COMPAL Electronics Inc Smartlink
SIL26 152d:8801
SIL27 8086:2416_maybe
EOF
# cat $TMPM.2
        elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:2426 ; then
    # 8086:2426 82801AB ICHAB
      cat<<END>TMPM.2
SIL21 134d:4c21
END
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:2446 ; then
    # 8086:2446 82801BA ICH2
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 104d:80df  1025:1027, 104d:80e0 104d:8111 CXT21
SIL21 10cf:10d2 CitiCorp
SIL27 1179:0001 10cf:10d1
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:2486 ; then
    # 8086:2486 82801CA/CAM AC97 CAM AC'97 ICH3
      cat<<END | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT   1668:5421 14f1:5421 104d:80e7 104d:8100
SIL27 1025:0020 , 1014:0223 1014:0503 IBM 1014:0227 103b:0757 Tatung Co ,10cf:10d1, 1179:0001 , 144d:2115    Samsung,
BCM64 14e4:4d64
SIL24 144f:1050
SIL21 134d:4c21 1043:1496
SIL22 14c0:0012 COMPAL Electronics Inc
END

         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:24c6 ; then
    # 8086:24c6 82801DB ICH4 AC'97 Modem Controller, CXT & SIL27 mix??
    cat<<END | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT  1014:0559_23 1025:0064 103c:3084  103c:30b2 103c:3080_30 1014:055a 104d:8129 104d:818c_23 104d:816a 104d:80fa 14f1:5422_22 161f:2030_23 1043:1826 107b:0360
SIL27 0e11:0860  1014:0227 1014:0544 1014:051e 1014:0524 1014:0525 1019:d553 1019:d551  1025:0035 1025:0038 1025:003c 1025:003d 1025:0051 1025:0061 1025:0071 1025:001f 103c:3089 103c:0890 1043:1716 1071:8051 1071:8089 107b:0200 10cf:10d1 1179:0001 144d:2115 152d:0706 152d:6601 161f:202d 1734:1033 1734:1079 17c0:1069 17c0:1089 1854:0005 1854:000a

AGR  107b:0405
SIL21 1071:8050 1071:8052 1071:8160 134d:4c21 1734:1055 4c21:5349
SIL22 14ff:1008 1584:4007 1584:400b 1631:d004 1734:102a 1734:106b
BCM64 14e4:4d64 
SIL24 144f:1050 Askey Comp. with BroadCom,
MOT66 14ff:100f
      1179:ff31 probably conexant
END
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:24d6 ; then
    # 8086:24d6 82801EB ICH5
      cat<<END | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT   103c:006a
SIL27 1179:0001 104d:8128 104d:8129 1468:0601
BCM64 14e4:4d64
SIL22 1558:0800 1584:400b
END
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:266d ; then
# SIL2f 1179:0001
      cat<<END | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT  1014:0574 1014:0576 103c:3082 103c:3080 103c:30c4 1025:0066 1025:006a 1025:0081 107b:0610 1179:ff31 14f1:5423 14f1:5423  17aa:207c 152d:0745_probably_Conexant
SIL22 1584:400c
SIL27 1509:3670 17c0:10bb 103c:3081 103c:099c 27/2f 103c:309d 103c:0944 , 10cf:10d1 14c0:0012 1025:005e 144d:2115 103c:309d 144d:2116
SIL2f 1025:007a 1179_0001_also_SIL27
AGR02 1991:2901
END
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:2a07 ; then
      # Serial controller: Intel Corporation Mobile PM965/GM965 KT Controller
      cat<<END | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 103c:30c3
END
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 8086:7196 ; then
    # 8086:7196 82440 Banister ICH1
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
SIL27  10cf:10d1 1014:01a2
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1039:7013 ; then
    # 1039:7013  SIS 630 , there is a SIL21 no Subsystem case.
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 104d:814e 1025:0082_23 161f:2038_23 , 1043:1816 CXT22  1558:4201 1043:1816
SIL27 1043:1736 104d:8129 17c0:1059 1033:8216 1028:0195  1025:0028 
SIL2f 1025:0083
SIL23
INTEL537 1509:3170  Si3036,8 rev 5 ;
SIL22 1631:3003  NorthBridge , 1584:4003 1734:1055 1734:105f 1558:2202 1558:0360 1734:1031 1734:106c 1019:b713 17c4:3001 1558:4201 with, HAMR,http://linmodems.technion.ac.il/archive-fourth/msg01957.html
SIL21 Pctel 1039:7013 (one SIL23 case) , 1019:0a14 , 1849:9739  13bd:102f 1019:0c04 1071:8575 1043:10c3 156d:b900 1043:1696 13e0:0270 1043:1457 1071:7522 1019:b732 1849:7013
AGR02 14a4:1027 01-00: Intel ICH - Modem : SiS SI7013 Modem - Modem : playback 1 : capture 1
MOT66 1584:4603
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1039:7018 ; then   
    # 1039:7018  SIS 960
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10de:01c1 ; then
    # 10de:01c1  Nvidia Corp
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10de:00d9 ; then
    # 10de:00d9  Nvidia Corp
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 1043:1856 Asustek
SIL27 103c:006d HP ,   1025:0059 Acer
EOF
## Continue PCI ID deposit
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1106:3068 ; then
        cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 104d:8143 104d:80f6 , 1025:0030 CXT41
SIL27 1025:0046 1025:0033 1025:003e 1025:0046 AMD64, 1734:1078  1509:2870  , 1102:0033 CreativeLabs 1071:8889 1071:8965 1509:2170
SIL22 1743:1032 , 10cf:118e , 1734:1054 , 1462:309e , 1631:e004 , 1543:4c22 , 161f:2032 1584:4005  1558:4701 14ff:100b  14ff:1005
SIL21 10cf:118e , 13bd:1022 , 1543:4c21 1071:8375  1019:0c04  1458:1543 1019:b320 1106:4161
SML   1631:3054 26 ,
MOT66 1734:109b is a "custom" AgereSystems codec
INT65 17c0:109d
AGR02_possibly none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1022:7446 ; then
    # 1022:7446  AMD AC_LINK
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10b9:5451 ; then
    # Audio card with modem Subsystem
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT 103c:0850 103c:0024
SIL21 1179:0221
SIL27 1179:0001 10cf:10ff 10cf:1177
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10b9:5453 ; then
    # 10b9:5453  ALI 5453
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1025:5453 ; then
    # 1025:5453  ALI 5453
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
none
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1025:5457 ; then
    # 10b9:5457  ALI 5457
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
SIL27 10cf:1130
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10b9:5457 ; then
    # 10b9:5457  ALI 5457
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT   103c:002a 103c:0024 103c:0029 103c:0850 161f:2027 152d:0705 104d:8175
SIL27 1179:0001 , 1033:81f3   1019:df56
SIL22 1631:c00e
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 10b9:5459 ; then 
    # 10b9:5459  ALI 5459
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
SIL26 10a5:5459   Smart Link Ltd.
EOF
         elif test "$PCIDEV" = 1002:434d ; then
      # 1002:434d  ATI Technologies Inc:
      cat<<EOF | grep $SUBSYS | cut -d' ' -f1 >$TMPM.2
CXT   1025:0080
SIL27 103c:006b 1179:0001 1025:0052 144d:2115
EOF
« آخرین ویرایش: 25 آبان 1387، 11:05 ب‌ظ توسط سید مهدی »

آفلاین سید مهدی

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۱- لطفاً عبارت های انگلیسی رو در تگ کد قرار بدین. (پست قبلیتون رو ویرایش کردم و در داخل تگ مناسب قرارش دادم)
۲- محتوای فایل Modemdata.txt رو برامون بزارین.
مردی نبود فتاده را پای زدن
گر دست فتاده ای بگیری مردی !

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اینا چیه گذاشتین ...
تا جایی که من می دونم :

 بعد از این که برنامۀ Scan modem را اجرا می کنی یک فولدر با نام modem  در کنار همون فایل برنامۀ scan modem ساخته می شه  که درونش یه فایل به نام Scan out وجود داره که نوع Chipset , اطلاعات دیگری در مورد مودم شما نوشته.
شما نوع موع رو بخونید ، که احتمالا یکی از  گزینه های  [http://wiki.ubuntu-ir.org/DialupModemHowto]اینجاست[http://wiki.ubuntu-ir.org/DialupModemHowto] .

گزینه ها :

کامپایل کد منبع و نصب GCC3.4
نصب و پیکربندی مودم‌های Intel536EP
نصب و پیکربندی مودم‌های Intel537EP
نصب و پیکربندی مودم‌های Alsa
نصب و پیکربندی مودم‌های Smartlink
ن
دانلودش کنید و  نصبش کنید .
 توجه کنید که حتما باید مدلی که از لیست انتخاب کردید همونی باشه که در فایل Scan out نوشته شده.
صب و پیکربندی مودم‌های Conexant

لینک راهنمای کانل : http://wiki.ubuntu-ir.org/DialupModemHowto
« آخرین ویرایش: 27 آبان 1387، 01:31 ب‌ظ توسط Talangor »
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سلام
مودم من conexant hsf هست ولی هیچ کدوم از درایورها روش جواب ندادو فعلا سرعتم ۱۴.۴ هست.

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من درایو مدمو دارم اما ابونتو نمی تونه نسبش کنه ینی تا حالا من هیچی نتونستم روی اوبنتو نصب کنم
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دستی هم نتونستم
کمک کمک کمک کمک کمک کم...ک ک.. کم  ........
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sسلام دوستان من لپ تاپ دل 1525 دارم مودم رو چه جوری  نصب کنم ؟  بخرم ؟ یا کمکم کنید یا بگید   چه مودم یو اس بی  بخرم  . ببیند  من از  زمان رد هت 6  سال 83  با لینوکس کار کردم دوستان قدیمی میدونن محیطی مثل  ویندوز 98  داره .

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۱- لطفاً عبارت های انگلیسی رو در تگ کد قرار بدین. (پست قبلیتون رو ویرایش کردم و در داخل تگ مناسب قرارش دادم)
۲- محتوای فایل Modemdata.txt رو برامون بزارین.
lدوست عزيز من مودمم را نصب كردم اما چون license ميخواست و من نداشتم بيشتر از 14kbps بيشتر سرعت بهم نميده آيا ترفندي هست كه آبونتو رو بپيچونيمش؟

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۱- لطفاً عبارت های انگلیسی رو در تگ کد قرار بدین. (پست قبلیتون رو ویرایش کردم و در داخل تگ مناسب قرارش دادم)
۲- محتوای فایل Modemdata.txt رو برامون بزارین.
lدوست عزيز من مودمم را نصب كردم اما چون license ميخواست و من نداشتم بيشتر از 14kbps بيشتر سرعت بهم نميده آيا ترفندي هست كه آبونتو رو بپيچونيمش؟

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۱- لطفاً عبارت های انگلیسی رو در تگ کد قرار بدین. (پست قبلیتون رو ویرایش کردم و در داخل تگ مناسب قرارش دادم)
۲- محتوای فایل Modemdata.txt رو برامون بزارین.
lدوست عزيز من مودمم را نصب كردم اما چون license ميخواست و من نداشتم بيشتر از 14kbps بيشتر سرعت بهم نميده آيا ترفندي هست كه آبونتو رو بپيچونيمش؟
اوكي الان تو ويستا بودم كه پست شما را ديديم تا كه رفتم داخل آبونتو براتون ميفرستم باتشكر از دوست عزيز سيد مهدي

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اینم همون فایل که خواستید
حالا یکی کمک کنه بی زحمت

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۱- لطفاً عبارت های انگلیسی رو در تگ کد قرار بدین. (پست قبلیتون رو ویرایش کردم و در داخل تگ مناسب قرارش دادم)
۲- محتوای فایل Modemdata.txt رو برامون بزارین.
سيد مهدي فايل Modemdata.txt را براتون گذاشتم ي نگاه بكن نتيجشو برام بذار تازه الان كه رفتم كانكت بشم شماره گيري و همه مراحل قبلي را ميرفت اما هر چي فايرفاكس را باز مي كردم مثل اينكه كانكت نباشه اصلا هيچ سايتي نمي رفت؟!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!