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Old 10-02-2007, 09:14 AM   #1
prashullegaddi
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BSNL Broadband setup


BSNL Broadband setup

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I'm really worried about this. I've got BSNL broadband connection. I want to setup network in Fedora6, just because it requires network to add/remove softwares. Please suggest me how to connect to network in Fedora6 or Is there any other way to add/remove softwares in Fedora6? Cos I need to install MySql. Please ,anyone, help me out.

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