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> Modem, driver not available?
Ralfi
post Feb 28 2004, 06:15 AM
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i've got an at-ar215 adsl modem from allied telesync, and i just can't get it running... i've installed mandrake linux just yesterday, running the kde 3.2. the program is asking me for a provider adresse, like for example provider.net. i'm with 1&1, but i don't know mine. windows didn't ever ask me something like that, so please anybody could help, i want online with linux
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post Feb 29 2004, 06:41 AM
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I can't read it ... but here is a link to the site that makes the USB drivers for that modem:

http://eagle-usb.eisfront.de/

The drivers are also available on sourceforge:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/atar215-linux/


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