Configuring the Dataone Connection and ADSL modem in SUSE 10.1

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  1. Techie_Geek

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    Hi Guys,

    I just installed the SuSE 10.1 from a DVD among the components i find trouble in configuring are

    1) The ADSL modem and Dataone Broadband Connection

    2) Creative Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit 7.1

    3) Pinnacle PCTv Pro TV-TUNER Card

    4) Canon xnu i255 printer



    Also when i give a shutdown or logot command the graphics get jarred

    and the screen gate hazed with all coloured lines

    although it shuts down perfectly i am having this error since install
     
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    what problem r u facing with the sound card?. i am using the same & it works fine on FC5. Anyways, try to update your operating system. There is a software called ALSA which you should particularly update
     
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    Complete documentation to configure BSNL dataone broadband in SUSE 10.1 Linux!!!!!

    I guess you are using dsl modem via ethernet coz it doesn't work for usb.

    Click on applications (on left hand side at bottom)

    under system click yast (right at bottom).

    Click network devices.

    In nework devices click dsl and complete the formalities like username and password.

    Finish the process(at the end it will ask u about configuring mail server, just say not to it)

    and then go to Network services in same yast control centre window.

    click dns and hostname.

    Entre 61.1.96.69 in the space provided for Name server 1

    Entre 61.1.96.71 in the space provided for Name server 2

    Finish the process and you are done with the settings.

    Now it may so happen that kinternet may not be installed, just check it up under applications-->internet-->Dial up-->

    There must be two things kppp and kinternet.

    kppp will be surely present.

    kppp is of no use to us.

    we need kinternet.

    in case kinternet is not present, install it from the dvd like u must have installed other softwares in suse linux

    after its installed, kinternet will come under
    applications-->internet-->dial up-->kinternet

    click kinternet

    a small plug will come in task bar.

    just single click that plug and thats it u will be connected to internet within seconds....

    Njoyyy the safe, secure and stable internet on Linux
     
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