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The software I've downloaded is Peng. It's an AOL dialler I aquired from Limewire. I've been advised to get rid of my USB Broadband modem and buy an ADSL router. ...
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    Linux Newbie rossi46's Avatar
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    The software I've downloaded is Peng. It's an AOL dialler I aquired from Limewire. I've been advised to get rid of my USB Broadband modem and buy an ADSL router. Would I be correct in thinking that Linux would then be able to join in on what would be a wireless network?

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    depends if it is a combined wired/wireles router

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    of course I feel I'm getting somewhere with all this techno-gubbins! Thanks to you guys, that is...
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