[linux-audio-user] Re: agnula/demudi unable to acces the internet.

jazzride jazzride at laposte.net
Mon Mar 6 08:38:26 EST 2006

tim hall wrote:
> Bal Dobe wrote:
>> Tim
>> Maybe I am mistaken about using PPPoE, but that is what my router manual
>> suggests should be my settings. 
>> I believe that demudi is not even able to see the router, which is
>> connected via one of the network ports.
>> How can I check to see what the other distros are doing?
> Bal, the questions you are asking go beyond the specific expertise of 
> certainly me, and to an extent this list. I'm not saying don't ask, just 
> that you sound like you need some intensive hand-holding in order to get 
> started, first you need to train yourself up to ask questions in a way 
> that will get you the answers you need. The problems you are facing are 
> really similar to what I had to do when I first started using Linux, 
> many of them, once you've figured them out, you will probably thankfully 
> forget. I'm like this with PPP - Nowadays I will do anything I have to, 
> including buying a different modem, to avoid having to configure PPP. 
> However, the fact that your other three installs work out of the box, 
> makes me think that a normal network connection should work - I don't 
> know how to check for these things properly - If a window opens up in 
> gkrellm, I assume its working. ;]
> I found my local Linux Users Group very handy for these sort of problems 
> - eth0/ppp configuration is very similar in all Linux distros.
> The first two links here were essential for me to understand how to get 
> the best results out of mailing lists and the software you have 
> installed for troubleshooting purposes.
> http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/reference/reference
> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
> http://wiki.debian.org/
> http://www.linux.org/
> And for A/DeMuDi specific questions, of course there is 
> users at lists.agnula.org - although you will 
> probably get repeats of the same answers that you just got here, but if 
> you really think you have hit a bug that would be the right place to 
> mention it.
> Sorry, I can't be any more immediate help on this subject, good luck!
> cheers,
> tim hall
> /|\

i use ethernet card : it works
I only had to activate the connection that's all...

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