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Old 04-19-2006, 07:29 AM   #1
jamesthatsmeuk
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Ambit Cable Modem 351000 on Fadora Core 4


Hi im about to install FC4 although last time i tryed i couldnt get the internet to work..

i have the USB cable modem 351000 which NTL provided me although i dont think it being seen on there.

Ive seen instructions to install it on the Slackware 10 although ive never used that. (ive used fc4 alot in the college where i was studing)

Please can someone help.
 
Old 04-20-2006, 05:09 AM   #2
Emmanuel_uk
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It is best you try first, follow the instructions you found and adapt them,
(google some more if needed) and come back with any error messages
or problems you have. It will be easier to help then
 
  


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