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Old 01-09-2002, 01:49 AM   #1
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Good Day! I have successfully installed Linux 7.0 and that's as far as I've gotten. As I need my computer for a living, the following questions I needed answered 3 days ago. Help!

A.) The US Robotic modem V.90 "For Linux" didn't come with drivers and Linux doesn't pick it up. Could someone send me these drivers to and I would even pay you for this service! (What director or sub-directory would these go in? Then what do I do?)

B.) I have a Canon BJC-1000 printer but it is not listed in Linux 7.0 (Only BJC-4000 and BJC-610 and these don't work.) How do I connect this printer?

C.) Very, very important software I had for WIN 98 I need to install, if possible, in Linux 7.0. These include Adobe Photoshop 3.0; SONY Picturelite for WIN 98; Studio DV for WIN 98; and Iomega Zip software (Easy Creator) for external Iomega CD writer. Help!!!

D.) I installed Linux 7.0 onto my D: Drive (60 GB). Apparently, LILO was not configured properly and I cannot seem to run my WIN 98 from my C: Drive (2 GB Hard Drive). Only LINUX appears as a starting option. Is there an easy way to configure this so I have the option between the two at the onset?

E.) What is the best Fax you would recommend for Linux 7.0?

Thank you very, very much. I cannot tell you the extreme urgency I am in here.

Val Volk

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