what is the command for surfing Internet via ADSL?

please tell me in detail.

leshanwei wrote:

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> please tell me in detail.
>

Please start here:

How To Ask Questions The Smart Way :
http://catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


Per Jessen, Zürich (13.6°C)
http://en.opensuse.org/User:pjessen

without knowing anything about your system I can guess click firefox icon (make sure you have knetworkmanager or YAST-Network set-up to use ADSL)

We can help more if you tell us:
PC Hardware: like Toshiba l350 laptop w AMD athlon X2
Video: ATI RADEON HD or NVIDIA
OS: openSUSE 11.3 64bit
Desktop: KDE4.4.0/GNOME/XFCE
Are you using USB-ADSL, NIC based ADSL, are you using a router, a switch, or direct to PC

These things can all affect the answer

firefox

duckundweg

Pilgervater gets the much sought after:

DenverD Best Answer Award :slight_smile:

well, actually all are great…i hereby decide: dead heat!


DenverD
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my pc:
os:opensuse 11.3 64bit
desktop:kde.

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Ok, my crystal ball is broken, so please tell us which type of
internet connection do you have (dsl, mobile broadband, etc) and please
post here the output of ifconfig and if you’r trying to connect to a
wired network or a wireless network


VampirD

Microsoft Windows is like air conditioning
Stops working when you open a window.
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leshanwei wrote:
> my pc:
> os:opensuse 11.3 64bit
> desktop:kde.

and?
http://catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


DenverD
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what is the command for surfing Internet via ADSL?

Well, it depends on your locale settings.

on the US version :
root:/ # come on baby!

on the german version:
root:/ # spuck’s aus, du alter!

on the french version:
root:/ # roule ma boule!

I guess, for the french version, you could also use :
root:/ # en voiture, Simone! C’est moi qui conduit, c’est toi qui klaxonne.

But it’s rather a lot of typing.

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mmmm links or lynx? :wink:


VampirD

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On 2010-08-31 11:36, leshanwei wrote:
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> please tell me in detail.

The subject is so broad that it is impossible to answer you, unless you ask an specific question.

Meanwhile, you’d better read manuals. You will find some books in the installation. We are not going
to write a manual for you here, it would takes days to write.


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 11.2 x86_64 “Emerald” GM (Elessar))

This thread is so funny, but its also sad that the threadstarter won’t let us help him.

On 2010-09-01 09:36, Pilgervater wrote:
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> This thread is so funny, but its also sad that the threadstarter won’t
> let us help him.

Indeed!


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 11.2 x86_64 “Emerald” GM (Elessar))

ADSL is short for “Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line”.

SuSE is short for “Software-und System-Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH”

By the way did you figured out how to get to the Internet?

It could have been a joke from the begining too and you guys try to answer seriously.

My english is dreadful,please do not joke me.
I mean that I know how to config the ADSL(Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) service for connect to Internet via yast.But I want to know the technology in detail.
Is there a command that after I type it in konsole,my pc let me input the user and the password local ADSL server gave to me to connect Internet?

leshanwei wrote:
> My english is dreadful,please do not joke me.

your english is better than my whatever-your-native is!!
(sorry if we offended you, but we just couldn’t catch your question)

but, now we are getting to your question, which i might not answer
correctly (if not i hope some guru sets it straight):

when you use a dial up modem it is common for the ISP (Internet
Service Provider) to assign you an identity (ID) and password…then
you can dial any of that ISP’s modems via any telephone anywhere in
the world and connect to the internet…

on the other hand, the ADSL circuit is constantly open/monitored
across the wire which enters your home/office/whatever and the ISP
controls it from their office…if you don’t pay you bill they just
turn it off…if you pay your bill all you have to do is hook up to it
and it works, NO password or ID required…they KNOW where the wire
ends (whereas if you dial in from India or Kansas they do not know if
you have paid the bill until you identify yourself)…

is that an answer you can deal with?


DenverD
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All right !
If you were using ‘dial up’ (classical phone) to connect, you would have to type some commands.
If you’re using ADSL or cable, in most cases, you don’t have to type anything. All you need is to connect your computer to your ADSL modem/router and set up your network properly: setting up your network device, whether wired or wireless, to DHCP is normally enough. If you’re required to type any command, ID or password, this is because of your ISP (often a phone company), not because of Linux. You should ask your Internet provider in this case. Does that concept become clearer now?

I am not absolutely sure if I understtod the question but let me try to
understand.
Do you use a DSL modem to connect to the internet which requires you to use
an ID and a password when you establish a connection or do you use a router
(which does not require a password/user id from the operating system but
stores usually the credentials inside itself once you configured it)?
Both scenarios are possible with DSL.
Can you check what hardware you got from your provider, maybe tell us the
name of the router/modem?


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