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Old 03-12-2007, 06:14 AM   #1
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Unhappy How to configure Rogers Hi Speed with Linux - OpenSUSE

I am total newbie to Linux and am inquiring on how to configure OpenSuse their latest version to Rogers Hi Speed, your help would be appreciative. Oh and another topic, WHERE ARE YOUR GORDZILLA?
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OK--I'll bite. What is Rogers Hi Speed?? GORDZILLA?????
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I used "adsl-setup" to configure mine. I did this in a console window. You will need your username and password.


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