Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem Driver
Modems supported by the Smartlink driver. Note: Every time you update the Linux kernel, you're going to have to run through the "Compiling Missing: Sager NP 56k Modem Chipsets: SMARTLINK. Information and links to drivers for modems based upon Smartlink g: Sager NP Click on the following links for the driver package readme info. This package supports the following driver models:SmartLink 56K g: Sager NP
|File Size:||10.8 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem Driver
This note on linmodems.
First, check whether the bug is fixed yet. If it is, you can probably ignore this part.
Solution below first reported successfull in the comments of this bug. First, attempt Step 1. In case it won't compile, just choose STOP in the menu and update the slmodem sources before continuing.
An example of how to do this - run these commands in the terminal: Hopefully it compiles and installs nicely this time. If it won't work, check http: If it is, you can do the above steps. Steps below were taken from here. Read this entire document, as the steps below only compliment it and you should have all the preliminaries done as described for the Smartlink modem, but you can omit installing gcc Basically the sl-modem driver has to be installed first and then the sl-modem-daemon. The new daemon found in the debian repos solve this. There was a mention that the daemon now looks for ungrab-winmodem and if you get an error message refering to this, you may need to install as well. I have found that the slmodem It may also be required that you download and install the ungrab-winmodem from the linmodem website as well.
Until April ofthe Smartlink website proclaimed that Smartlink was " Thanks to Evripidis from Greece, a modified, self-signed bit Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem is available from Modemsite Downloads that he says will work for the Smart Link SL in bit Windows 7.
Download Sager NP Smart Link Modem Driver for /XP for Windows 2K, Windows XP
I do not have a Smartlink modem, and have not personally tested or verified this driver - use at your own risk and discretion. The story behind this driver: Spending a lot of time searching and learning, he was able to locate a bit XP driver for the SL, Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem modified the driver self-signing it, and making it available to us as well. If you wanted to spend the time and effort, you could probably do the same get an original XP unsigned driver for this or any other modem, self-sign it, and use it with Windows 7, Windows 8, or even Windows Smartlink previously took over support and driver development for modems based upon ST Micro chipsets.
Smartlink last released updated driver version 4. These drivers support V. The new drivers may address some XP-SP2-related problems see bottom of page.
The new driver provides improved V. The drivers are not digitally signed which may result in a warning when installing the driver - you should continue anyway. If you install a 4. Starting with driver versioon 4.
There is also a driver for bit versions of Windows XP. A number of modem makers produce modems with Smartlink chipsets.
Smart Link driver categories
Smartlink, based in Israel, provided a variety of end-user support for modem products at its website. NetoDragon, also known as NetDragon makes a modem using the Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem chipset - but, it appears that this modem may be based upon Smartlink softmodem; however, Smartlink drivers won't work unless modified with modem - reporting incompatible codec.
NetoDragon site has drivers. Carlos in Bogota reports this file: Alex Winn from London reports using the latest Smartlink drivers Jan'05 with the NetoDragon modem by adding the following in the [Model Selection] of the.
A second driver supports the USB form factor. Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem command reference is no longer available from Smartlink. Smartlink HAMR at modem-help. Modem Audio - Mike Caldwell from Utah writes: One thing I found is how the sound gets from the modem card to the sound card. I believe the little LED-lights app in the tray plays the sound just like regular wave Sager NP4881 Smart Link Modem sounds. When logging into a machine with a SmartLink modem using Windows Terminal Services, you can hear the modem sound carried across the network and played back on the terminal client.