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Please choose your distribution and kernel architecture or the proper package(s) for your system below.

Distribution-specific binary packages (easiest to install)If your distribution/architecture is not listed, or you are using a special enterprise/secure/SMP or custom (self-compiled) kernel, or the package does not work with your kernel version, you should try one of the generic packages with source below instead.
Linux DistributionKernel Architecture*
Fedora 11x86
Fedora 10x86
Fedora 9x86
Fedora 8IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora 7IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 6IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 5IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 4IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
FreedowsIMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686athlon
Knoppix 4.0.2, 3.9 and 3.8.1x86
RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.0x86
RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.0IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
SimplyMEPIS 6.0, 3.4, 3.3.1 and 3.3x86
Mandriva LE 2005, 2006.0, 2007.x, 2008.x, 2009.x, 2010.0x86
SuSE 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.3, 10.2, 10.1, 10.0, 9.3x86
Turbolinux 10, 8x86
Ubuntu Karmic (9.10), Jaunty (9.04), Intrepid (8.10), Hardy (8.04), Gutsy (7.10), Feisty (7.04), Edgy (6.10), Dapper (6.06), Breezy (5.10), 5.0.4x86

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* Note: Fedora, Freedows and RedHat users may find out their exact kernel architecture (which is not always the same as 'uname -m' output)with the following case-sensitive shell command:
rpm -q --qf '%{ARCH}n' kernel
Generic packages with source

To use these generic packages, kernel-source and the gcc C compiler must be properly installed on your system to dynamically build the driver modules upon installation.
FormatKArchFilenameSizeMD5 Checksum (md5sum)
RPMx86hsfmodem-7.80.02.06oem-1.i386.rpm.zip
(use on RPM-based systems like Mandriva/RedHat/SuSE/JDS/Freedows with custom or unsupported kernels)
1.4M690bd34e205029aebbd1b7275ce112fe
DPKGx86hsfmodem_7.80.02.06oem_i386.deb.zip
(use on Debian-based systems)
1.4Mdc1b182e37812ffc47c74e32b1e23f6f
TARx86hsfmodem-7.80.02.06oem.tar.gz
(option of last resort compatible with the most systems)
1.4Mba02812a59cfa15ec9cb8091fdd34297
RPMx86_64hsfmodem-7.80.02.06x86_64oem-1.x86_64.rpm.zip
(for RPM-based 64-bit systems with AMD64/EM64T extensions only)
1.5Me1339ce3a05e50135b89e0376c7e7a9f
TARx86_64hsfmodem-7.80.02.06x86_64oem.tar.gz
(for other 64-bit systems with AMD64/EM64T extensions)
1.6Mfe12b6fc899c4adeff6e461f85f099c2

If you are not sure which format to choose, please see the installation instructions.

Note to Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 users: The default stack size in original Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 kernels is only 4K. Because some drivers require more stack space to operate properly, we recommend using a kernel with a larger stack size if you experience problems or crashes. You can either rebuild your own custom kernel, or get one of our replacement 'stk16' kernels provided for your convenience through the distribution-specific Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 links above.

Note to Ubuntu Jaunty (9.04), Hardy (8.04) and SUSE (11.0, 11.1) users with HDA modems: Installing the alsa-driver-linuxant package is necessary before installing this driver.


Optional modem documentationThe modem's AT command set documentation is available below.
FormatArchitectureFilenameSizeMD5 Checksum (md5sum)
RPManyhsfmodem-doc-7.80.02.06oem-1.noarch.rpm.zip639K7953d82d34219fbfa3a480a2dc019387
PDFany100498D_RM_HxF_Released.pdf703Ke6d8fea8f5f641d7bb4dfb33c6f478e7

Patches

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Various patches for the HSF driver can be downloaded on the patches page.

Please choose your distribution and kernel architecture or the proper package(s) for your system below.

Distribution-specific binary packages (easiest to install)If your distribution/architecture is not listed, or you are using a special enterprise/secure/SMP or custom (self-compiled) kernel, or the package does not work with your kernel version, you should try one of the generic packages with source below instead.
Linux DistributionKernel Architecture*
Fedora 11x86
Fedora 10x86
Fedora 9x86
Fedora 8IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora 7IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 6IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 5IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
Fedora Core 4IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
FreedowsIMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686athlon
Knoppix 4.0.2, 3.9 and 3.8.1x86
RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.0x86
RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.0IMPORTANT*, CHOOSE PROPERLY: i586i686
SimplyMEPIS 6.0, 3.4, 3.3.1 and 3.3x86
Mandriva LE 2005, 2006.0, 2007.x, 2008.x, 2009.x, 2010.0x86
SuSE 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.3, 10.2, 10.1, 10.0, 9.3x86
Turbolinux 10, 8x86
Ubuntu Karmic (9.10), Jaunty (9.04), Intrepid (8.10), Hardy (8.04), Gutsy (7.10), Feisty (7.04), Edgy (6.10), Dapper (6.06), Breezy (5.10), 5.0.4x86

* Note: Fedora, Freedows and RedHat users may find out their exact kernel architecture (which is not always the same as 'uname -m' output)with the following case-sensitive shell command:
rpm -q --qf '%{ARCH}n' kernel
Generic packages with source

Driver download nvidiaTo use these generic packages, kernel-source and the gcc C compiler must be properly installed on your system to dynamically build the driver modules upon installation.
FormatKArchFilenameSizeMD5 Checksum (md5sum)
RPMx86hsfmodem-7.80.02.06oem-1.i386.rpm.zip
(use on RPM-based systems like Mandriva/RedHat/SuSE/JDS/Freedows with custom or unsupported kernels)
1.4M690bd34e205029aebbd1b7275ce112fe
DPKGx86hsfmodem_7.80.02.06oem_i386.deb.zip
(use on Debian-based systems)
1.4Mdc1b182e37812ffc47c74e32b1e23f6f
TARx86hsfmodem-7.80.02.06oem.tar.gz
(option of last resort compatible with the most systems)
1.4Mba02812a59cfa15ec9cb8091fdd34297
RPMx86_64hsfmodem-7.80.02.06x86_64oem-1.x86_64.rpm.zip
(for RPM-based 64-bit systems with AMD64/EM64T extensions only)
1.5Me1339ce3a05e50135b89e0376c7e7a9f
TARx86_64hsfmodem-7.80.02.06x86_64oem.tar.gz
(for other 64-bit systems with AMD64/EM64T extensions)
1.6Mfe12b6fc899c4adeff6e461f85f099c2

If you are not sure which format to choose, please see the installation instructions.

Note to Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 users: The default stack size in original Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 kernels is only 4K. Because some drivers require more stack space to operate properly, we recommend using a kernel with a larger stack size if you experience problems or crashes. You can either rebuild your own custom kernel, or get one of our replacement 'stk16' kernels provided for your convenience through the distribution-specific Fedora Core 2 to 6 and Fedora 7 links above.

Note to Ubuntu Jaunty (9.04), Hardy (8.04) and SUSE (11.0, 11.1) users with HDA modems: Installing the alsa-driver-linuxant package is necessary before installing this driver.


Optional modem documentationThe modem's AT command set documentation is available below.

Driver Downloads For Windows 7

FormatArchitectureFilenameSizeMD5 Checksum (md5sum)
RPManyhsfmodem-doc-7.80.02.06oem-1.noarch.rpm.zip639K7953d82d34219fbfa3a480a2dc019387
PDFany100498D_RM_HxF_Released.pdf703Ke6d8fea8f5f641d7bb4dfb33c6f478e7

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Patches

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Various patches for the HSF driver can be downloaded on the patches page.