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This page contains patches which can be applied to the latest release of the HSF driver for the generic package in the TAR format. These patches can fix various bugs and add support for kernels which were not available at the moment of the release of the latest version of the driver. These patches are likely to be included in a future release of the driver.

If you have any problems with these patches, please contact support@linuxant.com.

PatchDescription
hsf-7.80.02.04-waitpid.patch

Necessary for newer RHEL/CentOS 5.x kernels.

hsf-7.80.02.04-debian_tree.patch

Fixes a build issue on Debian's 2.6.29 kernels.



How to apply these patches

The easiest way to install patches is to use the hsfconfig --patch command in a root shell with the latest version of the HSF modem driver installed. If the machine doesn't have an active Internet connection, you can use the hsfconfig --patch file.patch command instead, where file.patch is a patch file downloaded from this page. Patching is currently only supported with the TAR package format.

Advanced users can use the patch utility to patch the software instead of using the hsfconfig --patch command.

 

User comment:

I got your earlier beta of the Conexant drivers to compile and work flawlessly on Mandrake 9.1 (using the rpm --rebuild instructions you provided). Now I see you have added RH 9 support. This is terrific! I have an Aopen winmodem, and your stuff works great on Mdk 9.1 - I look forward to getting it working in RH. Thanks for making this available. (Seriously - I can't get my external USR 56k Sportster to work, but now my internal winmodem is just flawless. Great, great great! :-)

Jon Mechling

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