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    Mandrake 10.1

    I have Direcway Satelite Internet connection. I want to try Linux and I'm new to the Linux world. Is there a way with mandrake 10.1 to connect to the with a satelite connection?

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    Linux Guru loft306's Avatar
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    more info needed! is it braodband? adsl? over satalite.. is there a modem... it it through like dishtv? if so then yeah
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    It is compatiable to DSL or Cable. It is high speed. I have 2 modems. 1 for up-load and 1 for download. There are now drivers for linux. Can you tell me how I can connect through mandrake 10.1?

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    Linux Guru kkubasik's Avatar
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    Well, this is a little tought, as we are not encyclopedias with vast knowlege of every obscure modem and ISP. Best bet is to install the driver and then try a connection program such as kppp or summin
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    There is no linux driver for my satellite. I looked uder hardware and unknown/others. I see satellite device

    Vendor: The maker of my satellite Huges
    Description: Satellite Device
    Media Class: (Defined at interface level)
    BUS: USB
    BUS PCI #:1
    PCI Device #:4
    Vender ID: 1693
    Device ID: 2
    Module: Unknown

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