Modems and installs and such things
Ok, so I finally got Linux installed (Suse 10.0) after talking about doing it for about a year, I like the general feel of it (and am sick of arguing with MS BS) but am a complete newbee/idiot when it comes to doing anything.
So getting to the point (at last!), I have a dial-up modem installed which has been recognised by the system, I have a driver for it on CD, and I have no idea what to do to get it all working.
Essentially what I'd like to know is;
1. How do I install the the driver to get the modem working?
2. How do i then enter the necessary ISP info and dial up to the net?
I know these are the most basic of questions, but I've only been running Linux for about 17hours and really am an absolute newbee at it all. So if anyone can help me out, or give a link to a good how to article it'd be most appreciated.
Then once I have some idea what I'm doing I can get my printer working! :D
installing a external modem...
im changing my internal modem.. with FREE driver from linuxant to an external one.. do i need to uninstall the free driver also? how can i configure my external modem?