[hsflinux] Problem with hsf modem driver on Fedora 4

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Fri Dec 9 11:42:15 EST 2005


it is normal that you do not hear the digital call progress with the 
sound card if you have this error message:

/usr/sbin/hsfdcpd: can't open /dev/hsfdcp0 at /usr/sbin/hsfdcpd line 64

It is possible, as you have mentioned, that the device node was not 
created at this time, likely an issue with udev that might be fixed with 
an appropriate udev rule. It is also possible that the device node is 
there but the appropriate module fails to be automatically loaded for an 
unknown reason.

You could modify the '/usr/sbin/hsfdcpd' perl script to be able to find 
the exact source of the problem. Alternatively, as a workaround, it is 
possible that the following commands in a root shell will solve the 
problem (likely until the next reboot):

hsfconfig --info --serial


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Stephan Gatzka wrote:
> Hello!
> I have an IBM/Lenove Thinkpad T43p running the latest kernel from 
> Fedora, and therefore I also installed the latest hsf modem driver rpm.
> The kernel version is 2.6.14-1.1644_FC4,
> the driver package is 
> hsfmodem-
> When booting the machine I got the folliwing error message while 
> initializing audio:
> /usr/sbi/hsfdcpd: can't open /dev/hsfdcp0 at /usr/sbin/hsfdcpd line 64
> When the laptop is completes booting, I can see /dev/hsfdcp0.
> Could it be that there are some udev issues so that the device file is 
> not there when executing /usr/sbi/hsfdcpd?
> The second problem I have is that with the newest version I can not here 
> any dial sound, the previous versions made some noise. :-)
> Any suggestions how to fix this?
> Best regards,
> Stephan
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