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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
I've heard through the grapevine that IE8 is the last version of the IE browser. Is microsoft throwing in the towel?
They've got to be coming up with a replacement. Some are claiming that Microsoft will go with WebKit, which, thanks to the popularity of Apple's Safari browser and also Google's Chrome, is rapidly becoming a standard for all non-IE and non-Firefox implementations.
Others say that that the whole WebKit story is merely a feint and that Microsoft will...
On a few forum posts now, I've stated that there must be a way of working around the need to provide the root password for certain administrative tasks. This is generally in response to threads started by people who find typing in a password when they want to install programs (For example.) to be extremely irritating.
I was convinced that there's a way of achieving this using sudo while maintaining some semblance of control of the system in question. I think I found it! I've implemented...
Posted 11-16-2009 at 08:22 AM bySeph64 (Seph64's Lair)
I wouldn't say I have gotten bored of Linux, but I haven't had interest in using it for the past few months.
Either due to the fact that I am too lazy to find a Linux disc to reinstall GRUB to the MBR, or the fact that my games are keeping me tied to Windows.
Maybe I need a PC to exclusively use for Linux? I got an old PC that I use for a file server whenever I decide to turn it on. Maybe I should just backup the files on that machine on to an external hard drive, and...