[hsflinux] Modem-on-Hold functionality

Mark Cote mcote at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Mon Apr 30 01:08:10 EDT 2007

Thanks, I glanced at the source and it seems pretty intelligible.  I'll
let you know how it goes.

By the way, if I am successful in my endeavours, is the Linuxant source
licensed such that I will be able to publicly distribute my application?
I'll obviously have it packaged separately, but I couldn't exactly tell
if even that was permissible from the LICENSE file.


On Wed, 2007-04-25 at 14:27 -0400, Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> Hi,
> the modem on hold functionality is currently not a priority for Linuxant 
> at the moment.
> The API should be in place for this feature, but it has not been really 
> tested. In the generic TAR package, you should check at these files:
> ---
> ./modules/osdiag.c
> ./modules/include/osdiag_dev.h
> ./modules/imported/include/cnxt_diag_codes_ex.h
> ./diag
> ./diag/modemexpert.c
> ./diag/makefile
> ./diag/modemexpert.h
> ./diag/diag.c
> ---
> for hints on how to use that API.
> You should also experiment with the 'hsfdiag' tool to know how to 
> receive events from the driver. You can build this tool with the 'make 
> hsfdiag' command in the 'diag' directory of the driver source tree. You 
> can use this tool with the './hsfdiag -v' command and the events will be 
> sent to stdout. For example, you could try to dial or receive a call 
> while './hsfdiag -v' is running to see how it works.
> Regards,
> Jonathan
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> www.linuxant.com
> support at linuxant.com
> Mark Cote wrote:
> > Hi, I am in the process of converting my mother to use Linux instead of
> > Windows.  So far so good, except for one thing--she lives in the country
> > and relies on dial-up, so she uses one of those MOH programs for windows
> > like Internet Call Manager to let her know if someone is calling her.
> > 
> > I see that the Linuxant FAQ says that support for v.92 and MOH is in the
> > driver but it is lacking a GUI app.  Is Linuxant still planning to write
> > this app?  If not, is the interface to the MOH functions public, such
> > that I could write the GUI app?  If so, is there any documentation about
> > the interface available?  I haven't checked the source much yet, as I'm
> > just wondering at this stage if it's possible.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Mark Cote
> > 
> > 
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