Here is a list of modem that can be use with Linux. It also mention SupraExpress
56I sp which is "ok" with Linux.
> C. C. McPherson in comp.os.linux.hardware:
> >> Nope. It is most likely a winmodem (or ask your vendor: does this thing
> >> work in MS-DOS-mode, OS2 and Linux?). Or let him show you.
> >> Winmodems won't work with Linux, there definitely is a better choice (like
> >> e.g. its external brother). If you want an internal modem it is VERY
> >> important to make sure it is NOT a winmodem. See also other threads.
> >I have a SupraExpress 56i Voice and it works great in Linux, but
> >not sure of the SP. You may want to check out
> ^^ The what??
> >l, also give them a call to be sure it is supported under linux.
> Give us some more specs, is this the ISA- or PCI-version. How did you
> install it?
> I 've seen many types/versions of the SupraExpress 56i [V/Sp/PRO, etc.]/
> [ISA/PCI]. It 's quite confusing. Some of them work under Linux, and
> others don't.