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Linux drivers for Fujitsu FDX310

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Thanks for visiting my website. On here I have Linux drivers for the Fujitsu FDX310 ADSL USB modem. I tested them with Redhat 7.1 and they seem to work OK.  A number of happy users have also told me that they work fine with Mandrake 9.0, however I've not been able to check this for myself.
 
The software has modified PID/VID for the FDX310 and was developed by Flashtux.
 
Please let me know if you have any problems/comments.  I can't promise to help anyone individually, but if common threads appear I'll check them out.
 
Tip: make sure you are using g++ for the compilation.
 
Directions:
 
Untar the files - go to the save location directory and type

make

when that has finished, type

make install

follow the instructions and edit the files suggested

/etc/ppp/peers/adsl - to add username

go to /usr/local/bin

run

./eci-doctor

This should check the modem can be found and sync up, it will then prompt for a password if none has been supplied and then connect.

I have set the VP/VC to 0/38 as standard for BT lines in the UK.

Normally all that you should then need to do is run

/usr/local/bin/startmodem

each time you start the PC and it will automatically sync and login.
 
Enjoy!

Download the drivers here
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