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Now that I have X up and running, (hey this is fun!), I want to be able to dial into the internet, but don't know how.
I have a US Robotics Sportster 56K X2 not kflex.

Right now I'm using my Win95 system to access the internet, but I wish to use linux.
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dima_sherman earned 20 total points
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Hi man, listen after you'll read this you will have Linux box today! first goto http://hey.to/hillz to LINUX section and get:
pppsetup program or wvdial (pppsetup better). run it.
After that it will open a menu (there is no matter if u use
XWINDOWS || regular term shell). Answer to the questions in the menu (they're simple), and type ppp-go then you connect.
that all.
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Isn't there a better way through the network configurator in control panel in X?
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