AT&T @home on a linux box

Jonathan Gardner gardner at sounddomain.com
Tue Mar 20 11:32:55 PST 2001


I installed RH7 and it doesn't seem to detect the ethernet card. I thought all
ethernet cards were made equal and compatible. Could it be the card is not
compatible with Linux?

On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Justin Huff wrote:

> Easy, just hook it up to your ethernet card and either configure it for a

> static IP or use DHCP. Just make sure that you've turned off services

> that you don't need and generaly hardened things a bit.

>

> --Justin

>

> On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Jonathan Gardner wrote:

>

> > I know this has been asked before... but I can't seem to find the archives for

> > this mailing list.

> >

> > What exactly do you have to do to get AT&T @Home to play nicely with Linux? I

> > read a couple of how-to's, but they seem really old and outdated. Do the

> > how-to's work? The process looks way complicated, more than it needs to be...

> >

> > --

> > Jonathan Gardner

> > gardner at sounddomain.com

> > (425)820-2244 x123

> >

> >

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Jonathan Gardner
gardner at sounddomain.com
(425)820-2244 x123



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