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Old 12-17-2007, 01:56 PM   #1
vic smith
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configuring my Panech 500 card in live cd use


Hi, I like this Dreamlinux, which works at the wi-fi locations pretty well when running live cd. I did not get it installed into my laptop cause I don't think I have a large enough drive. I tried the install and must have designated the mounting point wrong and it overloaded the whole drive and I crowded out my windows xp partition and lost most of my data.

So I'm running a live cd as a program and cannot quite configure the laptop pcmi Pantech card in the network connections, etc..
Anyone have any suggestions on this?
Gateway? Static IP's and all that stuff. thanks, vic

Last edited by vic smith; 12-19-2007 at 11:48 AM. Reason: mispelled Pantech in header, but no option to correct it
 
  


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