I tried everything and nothing worked.
So I just re-installed Linux with the connector plugged in and it
tried to connect, and after an age it did, and now I'm typing this on
I must look up the settings that were chosen and will tell you.
Thanks for your attempted help!!!
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>> 1. RE: Amocom setting. (adam beecher)
>> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 13:06:29 -0000
> From: "adam beecher" <lists at beecher.net>
> Subject: RE: [CLUG] Amocom setting.
> To: <cork at linux.ie>
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>> Yip, you connect directly into the antennae via ethernet, so just use YaST
> to set up your network connection with the details John will have given
>>> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie] On
> > Behalf Of justin flavin
> > Sent: 14 March 2005 10:17
> > To: Gearóid Ó Laoi/Garry Lee
> > Cc: cork at linux.ie> > Subject: Re: [CLUG] Amocom setting.
> > after looking at their site, and the description of their
> > product, it looks , to me anyway, that the Amocom thing is
> > just like a bog standard router box - you just run an
> > ethernet cable from it , and plug it into your PC.
> > According to the Amocom site , they provide you with a fixed
> > ip address - so , it's just like being on a corporate style
> > lan, without DHCP - i.e. you're using a static ip addy.
> > in that case , you'll need to edit /etc/resolv.conf - put in
> > the Amocom dns server ip addresses in there.
> > On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 22:27:01 -0000, Gearóid Ó Laoi/Garry Lee
> > <glee at iol.ie> wrote:
> > > I've spent days trying to get Suse 9.2 professional to
> > connect to Amocom. It works perfectly on Windows. It's a kind
> > of radio/modem thingy.
> > > I'm having no luck on Linux.
> > > What's the knack?
> > >
> > > Garry Lee
> > > Bishopstown.
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