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From: Bob Shaffer ][
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 18:41:45 -0500 (EST)
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The Timeport has an infrared interface on it.  I thought I might be able
to connect to the phone using the infrared interface and use it as a
modem.  I'm not too sure how I would use minicom to do this.  It doesn't
seem like I would be able to use /dev/ircomm* as a modem device, but maybe
I'll try that.  Perhaps there is some configuration that I need to do, or
a kernel module I need to use.  Can you give some basic information on
what needs to be done?

I also think that I might need to use gnokii to download the phone book to
MySQL.  If the phone is still supported, maybe someone has a .gnokiirc
file I can use.

Pawel Kot said:
> On Fri, 13 Feb 2004, Bob Shaffer ][ wrote:
>>    I have an old IBM Thinkpad laptop with an IR interface in it, and I
>> would like to use gnokii to connect to a Motorola Timeport and use it
>> as a modem.  I remember seeing this listed as a supported telephone,
> You don't need gnokii to use Motorola Timeport as a modem. Just use it, eg
> connect to is with minicom.
> pkot
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