Originally posted by beejayzed
That's funny, the file /dev/ttyshsf0 exists but theres no entry for it in kppp. Hmmm, maybe the drivers aren't installed properly. Try downlaoding the one which isn't for a specific distro, the ones under the distro specific ones.
you have completely lost me on that one? Where am i suppose to download the non-specific distro drivers from?
This is gonna be my last attempt. If it doesnt work now, forget it! I will leave the internet connection and just work on learning linux better and then hopefully i will be getting a new system in the next coming months. I will try to ensure that components are linux compatible.
Although i must say that this is very frustrating. i was hoping i would have less hardware issues so that i could concentrate on learning linux.
Hopefully you can clarify what you mean by non-specific distro drivers and where to obtain it from.
Very much appreciate that your trying to help!