LT Modems

'Forum Post ulist at
Fri Nov 18 16:42:09 UTC 2005

(This is Lewis posting on the forums as I do not have the reference
mailing list handy to reply)

PPP is crapping out with a signal 15.  Just for giggles I went and
recompiled the modules again and noticed something significant... there
is an error message about a .ltmdmobj.(something) missing.  Evidentally
the module is defective.  I tried with both GCC 4.0 and 3.4 and get the
same thing.  I'll try GCC 3.3 and see if that fixes the issue.  The
funny thing is that I used the exact same source code with PCLinuxOS
which uses 2.6.12 but is compiled with GCC 3.3.1 and it works like a

I wonder if the higher ups will ever include a properly compiled Breezy
module in Restricted again.  I feel that if they can do video drivers
(Nvidia and ATI), LT modems should be a breeze.

neil woolford Wrote: 
> On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 10:42 -0500, Lewis Futrell wrote:


> >  

> > Both KPPP and GnomePPP are set up properly, the modem dials out and

> > you can hear the negotiation between it and my ISP, but after the

> > noise stops, nothing else happens and eventually the connection
> times

> > out and gets dropped.  The modem either isn’t receiving a connect

> > signal from my ISP or something else is borking up the
> communication.

> > If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it.  I’m just

> > close to getting my modem to work with Kubuntu.  I’m definitely
> proud

> > of myself for getting this far.


> Rightly, as dialup can be a bit of a swamp.


> What sort of information is being written to the logfiles?  Gnome PPP

> has an option to view log information live by clicking 'log' on the

> 'Connecting..." popup.  (I can't remember what the logfile is called

> though.  Sorry.)


> Neil




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