Configuring Dataone in RHEL 4 via USB?

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  1. paragkalra

    paragkalra The Linux Man !

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    I am having a Dataone Broadband conncetion. It works fine in Linux via LAN card.
    Now I want to configure it using USB.
    Any Tips, Tricks, Ideas or Complete Procedure?
    Please Help me! Its urgent!
     
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    Does the BSNL guys provide u some router with a USB port ?
     
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    Yes my adsl modem or so called router is a usb compatiable thus having a usb port. BSNL has also given a USB cable for that purpose. Not only that they have also given a complete documentation CD and Drivers for configuring my modem in LINUX via USB. But that documentation and drivers are for Redhat 8. It doesn't work in RHEL 4.
     
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    djmykey Let the music play.....

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    O then keep in mind that u have to keep it on when ur booting the machine and then u can (I think so) install the drivers thats all I can tell you. Am not much into this.
     
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