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I have been trying to connect internet in linux with many distrubutions. I could not succeed in any one of them. it is working in windows. using ethernet card , there is a pacenet dialer which asks for username and password over pppoe protocol connects and then i start internet explorer in windows.
In linux I don't have any idea how to connect please help me out of this problem. It is bugging me like anything.
you dont have a cable connecting your modem to the NIC on your PC? i believe you would have to..
did you rereun the configuration tools again to setup the pppoe connection? whats the output of 'ifconfig eth0'
When I have seen your Reply, I was very happy to know that there are people working hard to boost Linux Population. I think I have to contact my internet provider regarding this, which may be an expensive step.
But Now I give up, I think we are not going anywhere. I am switching back to Normal life.