sl-modem 2.9.11~20110321-6ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


sl-modem (2.9.11~20110321-6ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Backport fixes from trusty for compatibility with current LTS kernels:
    - Added remove__devinitdata.diff patch (also refreshed
      08_ungrab_winmodem.diff) to remove __devinitdata, as it is no longer
      needed, and it causes build failures on 3.8.x kernels.
      Thanks to Marvin Stodolsky <email address hidden>.
      LP: #1155418.
 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>   Wed, 04 Dec 2013 22:44:28 -0800

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Binary packages built by this source

sl-modem-daemon: SmartLink software modem daemon

 The SmartLink modem daemon is the application part of the
 driver for recent modems produced by Smart Link Ltd.
 This package replaces (along with hardware access drivers) the old
 driver generation (2.7.x) which consisted of kernel modules only.
 It needs a kernel driver to access the hardware. This can be either
 recent ALSA (shipped with a newer kernel (>=2.6.4) with ALSA support
 and snd-intel8x0m module) which is sufficient for basic operation and
 data/Internet connection, or the SmartLink kernel driver which is
 provided by separate packages which you can build using the source from
 the sl-modem-source package.

sl-modem-source: SmartLink software modem driver - module building source

 This package contains source code for the low-level drivers for the
 software modems produced by Smart Link Ltd. It supports PCI and USB models.
 In addition to this package, you will need the package sl-modem-daemon
 which implements the application part of the driver.
 Module packages can be built for the custom kernel package either by hand or
 using DKMS.