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I can't get on the Net!

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I use Slackware 3.3 and L 2.0.30.

I have tried dip: Failed on host lookup.
I have tried pppd: did'nt work;
I tried Seyon, http?, and I use Netscape 3.03.

What the heck?? i just don't understand.
I need a quick-step-by-step process...cuz' I'm sick of IE.
I need Help!

-thanks, Bromone.
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Have you looked at the isp-hookup howto?
http://www.linuxhq.com/HOWTO/ISP-Hookup-HOWTO.html
If you will calm down and give us more details maybe we can help.
What does your providor support ppp/slip/shell?
What configuration did you use with dip/slip, pppd, and seyon?
What errors did you get with seyon?
What errors did you get with pppd?
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