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Old 10-01-2003, 08:56 AM   #1
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Problem facing on setup ADSL connection

Hi, I'm a Malaysian, using the ADSL connection with Aztech DSL 900E modem in Windows 2000 environment for quite some time. Last few days, I've boot up my pc with a Suse EvalLive 8.2 and tried to configure the internet connection but fail.

The Suse able to detect my network card only. Although I've entered the DNS for my ISP, (the same thing I did in W2k) but the error keeps on saying that there is no /dev/modem.

Anyone has any idea what should I do so that Suse can see my DSL modem? Or any special configuration that I need to perform?

Thank you very much.


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