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So, I've been through various distro's, most successfully but some not so.
I've currently settled on Ubuntu and got the 9.10 version installed.
I was using KDE for my desktop, but when "they" started using KDE4 by default, I got so frustrated trying to understand how to do stuff that came naturally with KDE3, I said "bollocks" to it and installed gnome.
The linux driver for prolink h9601 is eciadsl(google it)
PM me if you have a problem!
install it and the download the synch.bin achive which is also there and extract it to /etc/eciadsl/synch
use the following parameters to configure
using eciadsl-config-text command as root