This is for certain Agaere chips. It doesn't actually state in the source package which chips, nor is the 'alias' PCI IDs info placed into the module. So, I will need to treat this as a special case for detection at bootup. Here is a URL with info about chipsets:
The maintainer Jeff trull sent me version 0.4 awhile back, but it didn't compile with the 2.6.25 kernel. I was able to figure out why not. I have created a new patched source package.
This one is getting a bit long in the tooth. It didn't compile, but by examining fixes that Jeff had done for ess and pctel drivers I was able to figure out a fix and this one compiled. Again, I have created a patched source package.
I have always been annoyed with this one, as at configure-time the choice is made what chips it will support, and one has to choose the 'pct789' family as the others don't work properly anyway (and conflict with other drivers, particularly the Smartlink ALSA drivers). But, and here's the annoying part, running 'modinfo pctel' returns all the PCI IDs, even the ones that do not work with this build of the module.
So, I decided to do something about it. I modified the source so that 'modinfo pctel' will only return the aliases for the pct789 famly chips. This means that I can remove a nasty workaround that I had in the boot scripts. Again, I have created a patched source package.
yes. Used with Smartlink.
I'll upload all sources to puptrix.org sometime in the not-to-distant-future. The only one that I could not compile is the Intel 537 driver. I am just about to look online and see if there is any later package than the one I've got.
Comments:Posted on 24 Apr 2008, 14:08 by ferikenagy
conexant HDA D330 MDC modem
it could be included this
soft modem Conexant HDA D330 MDC (http://linux.dell.com/files/ubuntu/modem-drivers/hsf)
it equiped the Dell 1526 (and other dell laptops)?
Posted on 24 Apr 2008, 20:25 by BarryK
The free Conexant drivers are crippled, limited to 14.4KB/sec. The full-speed ones have to be purchased.
Posted on 25 Apr 2008, 5:23 by chicks
DELL Conexant Drivers
The DELL version of the Conexant drivers are NOT crippled, they're full speed, and work for a variety of Conexant modems.
I posted info about this on the murga forum a few months ago, and someone compiled the driver for Puppy (can't find the post right now, the site is down...)
Posted on 25 Apr 2008, 5:27 by chicks
DELL Conexant Drivers
See muggins' post here: