Re: [redhat] Help
- Hi, I havent used ADSL, but a couple of days when I checked my pppo scripts
I found the file pppoe.conf this file claims to be the config for an ADSL
modem. It looks like the main config file, ISP domain, connection and so on.
So, check it out. in Red Hat 7.0 it is in /etc/ppp
I don't know it it helps you.
(If not, try www.Linux.com, they might have a basic manual about ADSL and
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Lane <jlane@...>
Sent: Monday, February 05, 2001 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: [redhat] Help
> On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, aaron wrote:
> > Previously, Robert Boggs typed into the ether:
> > > Do any of you folks know if adsl usb modems will work in linux? I am
> > > considering getting rid of my cable modem and going to adsl. The cable
> > > people here are seriously overloaded, and at night my speed is barely
> > > dialup speeds. Robert
> > Haven't checked in the past few months, but I did not notice any
> > USB<>DSL modems back when I was reading all the ADSL How-To's. At the
> > I didn't see any Internal DSL modems being supported either.
> > TTBOMK, most DSL providers are still providing EtherNet connected modems
> > with their service. If they are pushing USB modems, it would definitely
> > be worth your requesting one of the more flexible EtherNet DSL
> Try www.linux-usb.org
> THey generally keep the most up to date list of supported USB stuff...
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- If someone would E-mail me privately at wormie@... with instructions
of how to setup pane and fetchmail, or send me your Phone# I would
appreciate it. I am legally blind, and I like pine because it is easy to
read. Thanks Robert
- --- tbrownlee_1999 <tbrownlee_1999@...> wrote:
> I am new to this group and I want to know can I useI used my friend's DSL connection (Verizon) with my
> my dsl conection
> with Linux
laptop running Mandrake Linux. She was so happy with
it, that she asked me to install Linux on her machine
I guess, more or less, all DSL connections work with
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- Since DSL generally works through your network card, you should be able
to hook up to DSL as long as your network card is functioning properly.
Ajay Gautam wrote:
> --- tbrownlee_1999 <tbrownlee_1999@...> wrote:
>>I am new to this group and I want to know can I use
>>my dsl conection
> I used my friend's DSL connection (Verizon) with my
> laptop running Mandrake Linux. She was so happy with
> it, that she asked me to install Linux on her machine
> I guess, more or less, all DSL connections work with
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- It is actually alot easier (IMHO) to setup redhat to use DSL than it
is to use dialup. All of the versions of redhat I have ever used,
after 6.1, have auto recognized any NIC I've used (Kingston, 3com,
LinkSys). In redhat 8 there is a network connection utilitly that
makes it very easy to setup any PPoE account. If you really want the
easy way out, just install a local DSL router and enable DHCP. Not
only will this make it so that your DSL line will be connected
everytime you startup, it will make it easier once you decide that
you love linux so much that you setup dedicated file servers / mail
--- In redhat@y..., "tbrownlee_1999" <tbrownlee_1999@y...> wrote:
> I am new to this group and I want to know can I use my dsl
> with Linux
- hai dears,
My Name is Venugopal, just now joined to this group.
I'm using RH Linux 9.0....
how to make folder level authentication in Linux,
my intention is to prompt for user name & password if
anybody click on folder.
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And Alvin, try to provide more info, such as a URL for htaccess doco.
venugopal <venu2604@...> wrote:
> I'm using RH Linux 9.0....Please use htaccess
> how to make folder level authentication in Linux,
> my intention is to prompt for user name & password
> if anybody click on folder.
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- On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 00:40:39 -0800 (PST), Alvin Maverick F. Cruz
> venugopal <venu2604@...> wrote:That doesnt work for filesystem level access though, does it? Works
> > I'm using RH Linux 9.0....
> > how to make folder level authentication in Linux,
> > my intention is to prompt for user name & password
> > if anybody click on folder.
> Please use htaccess
fine for web servers, but what I got was that he was talking about the
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Jeff Lane <sundowner225@...> wrote:
> > On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 00:40:39 -0800 (PST), Alvin Maverick F. Cruz <alvinmaverickfc@...> wrote:jeff
> > venugopal <venu2604@...> wrote:
> > > I'm using RH Linux 9.0....
> > > how to make folder level authentication in Linux,
> > > my intention is to prompt for user name & password
> > > if anybody click on folder.
> > Please use htaccess
> That doesnt work for filesystem level access though, does it? Works
> fine for web servers, but what I got was that he was talking about the
> actual filesystem...
-quite right u cannt impliment such thing on file system u can implement (RWX) permissions to OWNER, GROUP or OTHER