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Old 10-30-2004, 03:26 PM   #1
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isp dial up connection suse 9.1

Okay. managed to get red hat 9 connect via the gui. NOW I have suse 9.1. It's different.

Can anyone tell me a step by step, brainless method of getting my dynalink external 56 k modem to connect to the net ? Cause I give up. Tried going through yast, modem, etc. Put my details in and I keep getting this message that kpppd, or something like that, isnt running. Okay. Where do I find it to run it ? Cheers
Old 10-30-2004, 03:47 PM   #2
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i'm not sure about 9.1, but in suse 9, open yast, choose network devices, choose modem, then configure. in suse 8.2 and 9, they both use kinternet to connect to the web, so you can also try running kinternet from a run command.


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