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Old 07-05-2003, 03:40 AM   #1
SERGIOMZB
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Talking Broadband blaster DSL and Red hat 9


Thaks a lot to all the ppol who helped me in having Red Hat 9 working!!!!
Everithing is working.... but i dont have internet conection yet...
Im using Verizon DSl with a Broadband Blaster 8012 DSl external modem... it is possible to use it with linux???????? (Im using the USB option but i think i can swirch t o the rj45)
 
  


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