Ubuntu 9.04 USB bsnl broadband::Geforce 6200

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  1. Rajesh345

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    Ubuntu 9.04 :Huawei Quidway WA1003a :USB broadband


    guys , i nd help connecting to net

    Router :Huawei Quidway WA1003a

    Connection type with PC : USB Cable

    i am using usb cable to connect to net in windows , i dont want to add extra pci card 4 eternet (dont have ethernet slot in MB)

    note : i searched forum most of the topic says use ethernet port/pci ethernet card ,

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/linux/10828-how-configure-bsnl-broadband-connection-ubuntu.html


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    Problem 2 : Geforce 5200,xfx 6200 not supported by ALL linux

    my System nvr support linux with display set to graphic card (AGP card)

    linux installation freeze after clicking almost Install button (suse,open sus, ubuntu,fedora latest version)

    only distro i able to run fine is MINT os

    Alternate way i found to install linux is :

    a) connect display to onboad graphic (intel 845g onboad graphic )
    b) pop up linux cd install it

    so : Y linux not accepting my graphic card xfx 6200,geforce 5200 , ati 9250 graphic card , always forced to switch to onboad Graphic`s to USE LINUX < WHICH IS very hard (switching to AGP graphic card 4 windows in bios nd connection cable to card nd switching it to onboad graphic when running Linux
    if i tried to run linux in graphic card it freezes


    My system config :
    P4 2.8
    zebronic mobo 845gv
    xfx geforce 6200
    1.5gb ram
    450W power supply

    80+160 gb hard disk pata
    dvd drive



    Thank u
     
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    if it does not work the GUI way i know the terminal commands but first u must get hold of the ethernet cable that comes with that device... i use the same device

    type the following commands

    sudo pppoeconf

    next it will ask the root password
    a new colured screen will open and jus follow the instructions they are easy to understand... ur PC will connect
    to check type again in the terminal
    plog
    if it doesn' twork then type
    sudo plog

    it shows the IP address of u and ur host
    this confirms u are connected
     
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    if it does not work the GUI way i know the terminal commands but first u must get hold of the ethernet cable that comes with that device... i use the same device

    type the following commands

    sudo pppoeconf

    next it will ask the root password
    a new colured screen will open and jus follow the instructions they are easy to understand... ur PC will connect
    to check type again in the terminal
    plog
    if it doesn' twork then type
    sudo plog

    it shows the IP address of u and ur host
    this confirms u are connected
     
  4. Ecko

    Ecko Wandering In Tecno Land

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    Congratz 1st dat u have Ubuntu 9.04 :p cause it rockz :)
    There is a network icon on top hand right side with volume icon (a small PC)
    Right click there & click Edit Connection
    Create a new connection there in DSL connection after plugging the USB into the NIC port
    I expect that you'll be able to create a new connection from there
    To dial that connection left click (previously you right clicked) the same networtk icon & select the required connection
    Hope this helps ;)
    If u face problem then u may reply here :p
     
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