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Old 12-09-2005, 12:18 AM   #1
louling
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Internet set up using SkyStar2 DVB card


I am using SUSE 9.2 Professional. I have a SkyStar2 DVB card with one way satellite internet service. The land line modem is the up link and the down link is through the satellite. I have a multi-boot system. The service is set up in Windows2000 since that is what the satellite internet service supports. How do I set up linux to ues this card for internet access?
 
  


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