Rory McCann wrote:
>On Thu, 27 May 2004, Niall O Broin wrote:
>>>>Do any of you know what modem ESAT is currently supplying with their
>>RADSL product (specifically the one being supplied with the free trial
>>service at the moment, if there's any difference). As far as I remember
>>ESAT was supplying a modem which had USB AND Ethernet connections - is
>>that still the case?
>>>>>>I've signed up for the free trial and I'm wonder do you have to do
>anything special Linux-wise to get the modem to work? I'm running Red Hat 9
>with kernel 2.4.20. I've got a creakingingly old Dell laptop here, and the
>USB works grand. I don't want to have to spend a few of my free 90 days
>trying to get my modem to work. Has anyone had any trouble?
>>I'm using the Ethernet connection, but basically all that was involved
was installing pppoe.
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