Wondering, I'm venturing into setting up my dial-up modem with linux, but since
(if I read it correct) by default, alot of distros don't support them. I'd have
to do something to my kernel.
I did not have to do anything to my kernel. I did have to hook up a USB to serial conversion cable to get my USR Sportster to work. Then all I had to
do was tell sexpots which device to listen to. Sexpots answers the modem
and then makes the telnet connection to the board, connecting the modem
call to my dosemu session that runs my DOS bbs.
I set the device in the sexpots.ini file. For my system, it
Before I went 64-bit, I was not even using sexpots. I had dosemu listening
to the device, and it would pass the connection directly to Binkleyterm.
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