How to install the usb modem for mandrake 8.2??

Posted on 2003-03-25
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
i already install the mandrake in my pc but i did not know how to install the usb modem for the mandrake 8.2?? Are it need to go to some where in Linux to install the modem??
My modem is Aztech UM9800 and i already download the driver for the Aztech website that is RPM file. I dont know how to use the RPM file? Can anyone help me?

Get any suggestion and solution for me.
I am new Linux user. Hope anyone can help me to intall the usb modem to my pc.

Thank you.

Question by:hong2409
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droswell earned 80 total points
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If you have package manager installed in mandrake, use that to install the rpm. Also, software manager will do the trick. If it comes down to it, you can use rpm -ivh rpmfile at the command prompt.

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