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Old 04-08-2004, 05:02 PM   #1
lee bell
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bt broadbamd with linux 9.0


hi i have had linux for about a week now and got it for a change and because it doesn't get as much viruses and i think it is superb.

i have it partitioned with win xp(boo) but i have bt broadband on it but want to be able to fully enable it with linux , i have tried the eci adsl drivers but they did not work too well.....

i know linux can set up a network with windows and i have heard rumours that you can share the internet connection through an internal "?ethernet?" or networking card
(my modem is a bt voyager USB ADSL )

plz help, Lee
 
  


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