[hsflinux] HSF modem drivers load, but can't talk to modem

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Fri Jun 1 15:10:44 EDT 2007


the driver is having serious problems, you can take a look at 'dmesg' to 
see the error messages generated.

The HSF driver is known to require more than 4K of kernel stacks to 
operate correctly on some setups. The kernel you are using only have 4K 
of stacks, so it is a possible source of the problem. You should try 
with one of the replacement kernels (compiled with 16K stacks) we have 
available at:


to see if there is a difference.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Mike Russo wrote:
> I'm using a Hayes V.92 USB (non-HDA) modem whose ID matches the ID
> listed on the HSF webpage. I've compiled and loaded the drivers
> successfully, but get a message saying the modem is not detected.  I get
> a /dev/modem link but can't talk to the modem using minicom.  What could
> possibly be the problem?  The full hsfdiag report is attached.
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