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DSL on Linux

04/28/04 | by [mail] | Categories: computer/tech

I'm posting this from my computer running Mandrake Linux. All I had to do was plug the network cable from the router into the back of the computer and it was online. It's so easy that I'm almost disappointed. I remember hooking this very same computer to the ethernet in Centennial Hall at Truman State. It was my sophomore year and they had installed the network over the summer. I went to Staples and bought a $30 network card and a $15 cable. I plugged in all the cables and . . . nothing. I spent the next 5 hours installing protocals and tweaking settings. Now it's so easy that it takes the fun out of it. Next project: install Firefox on this computer.



Did the same thing at lindenwood.

Henry [Visitor]http://honzo.brendoman.com04/28/04 @ 23:56

I’ve got Firefox running now. It was a bit tricky, but it’s working. I need to find a good blogging client now.

danny [Visitor]http://danny.brendoman.com04/29/04 @ 08:53

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