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adelino

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« Online: 23 de Dezembro de 2005, 09:10 »
Olá pessoal!
Alguém já instalou o modem Icedata 500 no ubuntu?
Ficou a funcionar?

Estou a instalar o ubuntu e não detecta o modem.
Como poderei instala-lo?

Obrigado

RMF

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« Resposta #1 Online: 09 de Janeiro de 2006, 20:17 »
eu também gostava de saber....se podessem-me ajudar ficava muito agradecido......é que tou a usar o caixote tragico por ser o unico que suporta este modem sem eu ter de instalar nada....mas eu gosto muito mais de ubuntu

RMF

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« Resposta #2 Online: 14 de Janeiro de 2006, 15:21 »
ok...vou tentar explicar melhor....eu sou mesmo muito noob em linux....e nao percebo o que é que o readme diz para fazer...ora aki esta o que esta lá escrito espero que me expliquem passo-a-passo sff
"INTRODUCTION:

The software for the UNICORN ADSL PCI card consists of two loadable drivers,
the unicorn_atm.o and unicorn_pci.o. The unicorn driver is a standard Linux
ATM driver, that performs segmentation and reassembly (SAR) and flow control.
The unicorn_pci driver contains the ADSL modem software and hardware related
functions. It has been tested with the Linux 2.4.x kernels. Note that to use
PPPoE, PPPoA or RFC2684 protocols, the kernel may need to be patched.

COMPILATION:

To compile the drivers, unzip and untar the file. In the unicorn directory you
will find the two subdirectories unicorn_atm and unicorn_bus.
You may compile the drivers based on the include files in the kernel source
or standard kernel include files. Set the variable KERNELDIR in the Makefile's
to point to your kernel sources if the first option in chosen.
If you choose the latter, you may need to copy the contents of the kernel
source "include/net" directory into "/usr/include/net/".
Go into these subdirectories and do a "make" and a "make install".
If the compile option "USE_HW_TIMER" is set, the performance is increased,
but the CPU load increased.
Use the same compiler as you use when compiling the linux kernel. The driver has
been tested using gcc-2.96, gcc-2.95.2, gcc-2.91.66 and gcc 3.0.3.


INSTALLATION:

To start the ADSL software, do a "modprobe unicorn_pci". Check in the syslog that
the drivers are started OK. The ADSL line should come up automatically. The status
can also be checked using the "proc" interface (/proc/net/atm/UNICORN\:0".
SHOWTIME in the log or in the status means that ADSL connction is up and ATM cells
may be transmitted and received.
Depending on your network setup, you will need additional software as with any other
ADSL ATM card. For bridged ethernet (RFC2684), the br2684.o module and brctl is needed.
For PPPoE, any pppoe client over the bridged interface (nas0) should work
(Roaring Penguin pppoe client has been tested).
The scripts directory contains some example startup scripts.

Bridged (RFC2684) and PPP over Ethernet:
Depending on your kernel, you may need to patch the kernel and enable the option
"RFC1483/2684 Bridged protcols" under "Networking options". Also ATM support needs
to be enabled.
Also the user space daemon "brctl" is needed. Instructions on how to apply the
patch and the brctl and patch sources can be found at http://www.zoftware.org/adsl-pppoe.

PPP over ATM:
For PPP over ATM, the module pppoatm.o is needed, together with the pppd plugin
pppoatm.so and a version of pppd that supports plugins.
Currently version ppp-2.4.0b2 supports PPPoATM plugins. A patched version ready for
PPPoATM can be found at http://www.sourceforge.net/.

PPPoATM specific pppd options:
llc-encaps: use LLC encapsulation for PPPoATM
vc-encaps: use VC multiplexing for PPPoATM (default)"

kylieminoguefan

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« Resposta #3 Online: 14 de Janeiro de 2006, 22:56 »
também gostaria de saber, pois é este o modem que tenho para a ADSL! Aguardo ajuda...

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