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HCF driver downloads for Fedora 7 i586 kernels

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Because the scope of this project has grown beyond the capacity of a single volunteer and legal issues prevent us from using a classic open-source development model, the modem drivers are now available in two editions:

  • a free version (limited to 14.4Kbps data), available at no cost. Please use it to test if your hardware is compatible.
  • a full version (with 56K and FAX), available for a modest price.

    Proceeds will be used to further improve the drivers. Getting the full version is the best way to encourage us and ensure that this project continues.

    If you are wondering why a Linux driver isn't already included in the price you paid for your modem, or disagree with the practice of selling Linux software, please read this explanation.

    Thank you for your support!

    Please choose only the packages matching your system's kernel version below.

    You can determine your kernel version with the following case-sensitive shell command:

    uname -r

    Note: The default stack size in original Fedora 7 kernels is only 4K. Because some drivers require more stack space to operate properly, we recommend using a kernel with a larger stack size if you experience problems or crashes. You can either rebuild your own custom kernel, or get one of our replacement "stk16" kernels provided for your convenience. They are identical to the Fedora kernels, except that the stack size was increased to 16K.

    If your exact kernel version is not listed, we recommend that you upgrade to the latest available kernel for your distribution. If you are using a custom (self-compiled) kernel, or the package does not work, you can try one of the generic packages with source instead.
    Kernel version Filename Size MD5 Checksum (md5sum)
    2.6.23.17-88.fc7 hcfpcimodem-1.21full_k2.6.23.17_88.fc7-1fdr.i586.rpm.zip 591K 6367bc3d97228d2c77901930f9eb6534
    2.6.23.15-80.fc7 hcfpcimodem-1.21full_k2.6.23.15_80.fc7-1fdr.i586.rpm.zip 590K c332ba7ab91fa48ad1bba37473c6b95c
    2.6.23.14-64.fc7 hcfpcimodem-1.21full_k2.6.23.14_64.fc7-1fdr.i586.rpm.zip 590K 8a320f39b99a0e4aa66b0a6e07f439fa
    2.6.21-1.3194.fc7.stk16 hcfpcimodem-1.21full_k2.6.21_1.3194.fc7.stk16-1fdr.i586.rpm.zip 594K cf7aab5df7f6541cef2698e0edb52ee2
    2.6.21-1.3194.fc7 hcfpcimodem-1.21full_k2.6.21_1.3194.fc7-1fdr.i586.rpm.zip 594K a67e346a87b13c88ab99f7079eb05e6c

     

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    User comment:

    Hi! I am a Linux Beginner and installed the SuSE-Linux 8.2 version on my system a couple of days ago. At first my HCFPCI-modem (bought the computer system from Gateway 3 years ago...) did not work - of course there were no drivers installed as Linux could not identify the modem during installation. I did not expect at all that it would be possible to get the modem working, especially as SuSE does not support so called "winmodems". Anyway thanks to the devicemanager in win98 I knew that Conexant was the manufacturer. To make a long story short: I found your website , downloaded "hcfpcimodem-0.99lnxtbeta03042700k2.4.20_4GB-1suse.i586.rpm" and installed it successfully !!!! Juhu ! The modem works brilliantly and I am really happy that you also support the Linux operating system. so once again: thank you very much and have a nice day greetings from Germany

    Hans-Peter Muller

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