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Thread: how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

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    Default how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

    Hi, all

    As before, I used a wireless router to access Internet. I needn't to config the network cards because it could find the network automaticly.
    When I change to use an ADSL modem, I could not find any dialer program to establish a link.

    And more, I found once after I restarted the system, I found hard disk partition icons displayed on the desktop, and when I pluged a USB storage such as a flash disk, I could not find it, in anywhere!

    I chose GNOME as desktop environment.

    How to solve them? Thanks!

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    Default Re: how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

    In the UK you simply take an ethernet cable from the modem to the ethernet port and everything else happens automatically. There is no dialer unless you are using mobile internet.

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    Default Re: how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

    Some of the ADSL modems come with a USB interface rather than an Ethernet interface.
    openSUSE 12.3 (x86_64) with Kernel 3.7.10-1.16-desktop and KDE 4.11.2 on MacBook Pro
    Latest MS Windows version used: Win95

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    Default Re: how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

    I use an enternet cable like between my computer and ADSL modem.

    How can I establish the Internet link? I could not find any dialer programs.

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    Default Re: how to establish an ADSL link in opensuse11.1

    YaST => Network Devices => DSL

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