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Old 09-04-2006, 12:24 PM   #1
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Configure network

Hi, I am totally new to linux. I have got dial up connection & a SoftV92 Data Fax modem. It detects modem but when I try to setup the network it says "some kernels have to be installed but couldn't be installed." Its CD (CD with modem) has linux drivers & I have installed them with rpm. My distribution is Mandriva 2006. Someone told me it needs kernel to be rearranged. I don't know what exactly he means. So if anyone can help me out!
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