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On Thu, Jun 07, 2007 at 06:56:16PM +0400, mr@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Greg KH wrote:
> 
> > Use a newer kernel which uses the proper driver for this device instead
> > of the generic usb-serial driver which is not very fast at all.
> 
> Thanks, I will do this.
> 
> Question: does the speed setting (via pppd) actually matter, or is it just
> the slowness of the driver?

slowness of the driver, the pppd setting doesn't matter at all.

> Somewhat off topic question: to which mailing list should I go for the
> modem stuff itself, i.e. looking for GSM-related commands, people who have
> reverse engineered the GSM-related processes when necessary, etc.? I'd
> like to access the GSM-related parts includign signal strength, and would
> do some coding if necessary (non-kernel), but would want to check what
> other people did before.

What device do you have again (vendor and product id)?  I might have
some specs around here for it...

thanks,

greg k-h

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