On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 12:23:29PM +0000, Fiona Whelan mentioned:
> I can't connect to the internet. I have partitioned my drive 50-50 between Windows and Linux.
> Windows can connect to the internet fine. My modem is: Connexant HCF V.90/56K Data,Fax,
> PCI modem (built-in). Please dont tell me that Linux doesn't support this modem. I tried using
> PPP and chat scripts to connect to IOL NOLIMITS but the modem remained silent.
It's a winmodem I'm afraid - one of the problems with buying a Compaq
(it's mainly compaqs that ship with these) is that the machines are built
to run Windows (and often just their version of windows), and little else.
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