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Old 04-20-2010, 02:37 PM   #16
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Excuse me but is there any subscription for step by step commands help?,is it then how much cost?
 
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Old 04-20-2010, 03:00 PM   #17
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Excuse me but is there any subscription for step by step commands help?,is it then how much cost?
Never, in my life, have I seen such blatant laziness. You are wanting someone to give you commands to type in, so you can either keep, or get, a job that you're clearly not qualified for. And, no, there is not. We are not here to provide you with one-on-one, personalized tech support. This is community support, with EVERYONE benefiting from the answers.

If you want to pay someone for support, purchase a subscription to RedHat, SuSE, or any other pay-for distro. They'll answer your questions 24/7. If you want someone to tell you how to configure EVERY bit of third-party software you may encounter, those people are called CONSULTANTS. Hire one, but all you'll be doing is paying someone else to do your job for you.

We are doing everything for you, except coming to where you are, and typing commands in. You don't appear to want to put ANY effort into learning, researching, reading, etc. From your past posts, you (supposedly), have an RHCE, college degree, etc., but can't figure out even the simplest things, even when you are given more than enough information.

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Old 04-20-2010, 08:11 PM   #18
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@meandsushil,

Follow the install instructions of the RP-PPPoE software, which you can find http://www.roaringpenguin.com/products/pppoe

If connect to the internet by using Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet connection you would be fine and online in minutes.

Still I'm still a bit amazed that in 2010 they still have ADSL modems which don't have build-in PPPoE client function.
 
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Old 04-21-2010, 12:57 AM   #19
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yes, my cat5 cable is connected to switch at other end and do not have any static ip.

is s/w for all dial up connection is linux is different?
 
Old 04-21-2010, 03:09 AM   #20
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reply please waiting to do!
 
Old 04-21-2010, 05:36 AM   #21
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Have you even read what Dummy-in-linux wrote? We try to help you the best we can, but if you don't do something with the information given to you, this won't be a thread going [SOLVED] any time soon.

Download the software from the link he gave you. I will even give you step-by-steps this time:

Code:
If you're lucky, the "quickstart" method will work.  After unpacking
the archive, become root and type:

        ./go

This should configure, compile and install the software and set up your
DSL connection.  You'll have to answer a few questions along the way.

If you want the GUI wrapper, type:

        ./go-gui

If ./go and ./go-gui didn't work, read the rest of this README.

Compiling
---------

Compile and install pppd if you don't already have it.  Then:

1) Unpack:

        $ tar xzvf rp-pppoe-xxx.tar.gz

2) Change to source directory:

        $ cd src

3) Configure:

        $ ./configure

4) Compile:

        $ make

4) Install (this step must be done as root)

        # make install

5) Now read doc/HOW-TO-CONNECT
Now follow these steps, and you should be connected to the internet!

Last edited by puntjuh; 04-21-2010 at 05:37 AM. Reason: typo's..
 
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Old 04-21-2010, 08:34 AM   #22
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reply please waiting to do!
We have replied, several times, but you continue to not pay attention. You don't answer follow-up questions, you don't show that you're even TRYING to do things.

Want to get the software going? Here's the complete steps right here, for ANY software package:
  1. Download
  2. Read instructions
  3. Follow instructions

Anything else we can help you with?
 
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Old 04-22-2010, 01:06 AM   #23
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rp-pppoe-3.10.tar.gz how to unzip this one, I just for got, please do not get angry.
 
Old 04-22-2010, 01:19 AM   #24
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rp-pppoe-3.10.tar.gz how to unzip this one, I just for got, please do not get angry.
Use the following command:
Quote:
#tar -zxvf rp-pppoe-3.10.tar.gz
 
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Old 04-22-2010, 02:19 AM   #25
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YES I did it I made one folder named "internet" in "/" and then cd /internet=>>> tar -zxvf rp-pppoe-3.10.tar.gz but then your mentioned command "./go" did not work, why? what next?
even ./configure didnot work.

and where doc called HOWTO -CONNECT?

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Old 04-22-2010, 02:24 AM   #26
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See again I am giving you all possible information
1.I have dial up Internet connection
2.Other end of CAT-5 cable is connected to a switch
3.My ip gets changed every time I login.I have dynamic IPs.
 
Old 04-22-2010, 02:26 AM   #27
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Why all download and install? There is a command built in rhel5 for adsl setup. adsl-setup command will allow you to create dial up connection. Please. This such a simple issue has got 25 replies without being solved.
 
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Old 04-22-2010, 03:26 AM   #28
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See again I am giving you all possible information
1.I have dial up Internet connection
2.Other end of CAT-5 cable is connected to a switch
3.My ip gets changed every time I login.I have dynamic IPs.


Can anyone please tell how exactly to do this thing? Is adsl-setup can do the trick? help me!
 
Old 04-22-2010, 03:57 AM   #29
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Are you just trolling around? Or you got serious issues? I still do not understand what is the problem with you. You have already got 26 replies to your simple issue that could have been easily solved using google search and lq search.

When members give advice here, they expect you do what is advised and come with results. Try the adsl-setup command and then come back what are your issues with the command. It is a simple english command with simple english options.
 
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the document called HOWTO-CONNECT is in the directory named doc.

so:

Code:
cd doc
then:

Code:
cat HOWTO-CONNECT "OR" nano HOWTO-CONNECT
whichever you prefer to read a document!!

Now for unpacking, installing.. I gave you the steps before! Folow the steps after Compiling then the application is installed!

Code:
If you're lucky, the "quickstart" method will work.  After unpacking
the archive, become root and type:

        ./go

This should configure, compile and install the software and set up your
DSL connection.  You'll have to answer a few questions along the way.

If you want the GUI wrapper, type:

        ./go-gui

If ./go and ./go-gui didn't work, read the rest of this README.

Compiling
---------

Compile and install pppd if you don't already have it.  Then:

1) Unpack:

        $ tar xzvf rp-pppoe-xxx.tar.gz

2) Change to source directory: (which is rp-pppoe-xxxWhere xxx == version!!

        $ cd src

3) Configure:

        $ ./configure

4) Compile:

        $ make

4) Install (this step must be done as root)

        # make install

5) Now read doc/HOW-TO-CONNECT
see the text i made bold/underlined/italic for you in the coded area @ make install!

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