Intel 536ep based modem

Bill Christiansen bill.christiansen at
Mon Nov 22 18:46:48 UTC 2004

There is also a source tgz on the Intel site that can be extracted and
compiled, although I haven't tested it.  A Reame on the site contains
instructions for doing this. You will need the build-essential and
linux-headers installed to try this.

On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 12:58:00 -0500 (EST), ubuntu at
<ubuntu at> wrote:
> I'm trying to install Ubuntu at a friend's house. He wants to get off of
> Windows and I was glad to oblige him. :-)
> The install went fine. Ubuntu boots and everything is lovely, except for
> the modem. It's not working.
> The device manager reports that his modem is an Intel 536ep modem. I went
> to Intel's site and downloaded some rpms for several different distros.
> How do I install the drivers and get the modem set up for use?
> Thanks!
> -- Daniel
> P.S. The only internet access I have at his house currently is when I boot
> his computer into Win98. In Ubuntu I don't have any access yet (that's why
> I'm trying to get the modem to work), so I can't do anything that requires
> a 'live' internet connection.
> Thanks again.
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