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Linux drivers for Conexant modem chipsets Installer

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The easiest way to install the modem driver is to use our automatic installer, it will detect the modem and install the right package(s).

If you already have Internet access from your Linux system, the installer will be able to download and install the right driver package for your system. Otherwise, the installer will attempt to detect your modem and important system settings. That information will be useful to select the right HSF modem package for your system from the driver download page.

How to detect the modem and install the driver using the installer

  • Download the installation program (cnxtinstall.run)
  • Open a terminal window. (If you don't know how to do this, press ALT-F2 and in the dialog box that will appear, try entering one of the following commands: xterm or konsole or gnome-terminal)
  • Use the cd command to access the directory where the cnxtinstall.run file was downloaded.
  • Finally, enter the sh cnxtinstall.run command to run the installer.

If you have any problems with the installer, please contact the support team.

Advanced installer options

How to install the HSF driver without the installer

You can manually download the package from the HSF driver download page. Please read the installation instructions to know how to download and install the right package for your system.

 

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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