Linux access to BT Home Highway

  199 12:40 20 Nov 03
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Does anyone have experience of connecting a Linux system up to BT Home Highway through USB cable and where to get the software.

  Kitz E Kat 13:00 20 Nov 03

You may or may not be able to do it.....

What distro are you using?

I'd go the their web site and check hardware, and see if your hardware is compatable....

I have RH9 using a 3com card going into a Linksys hub, going into a Lan ADSL modem...

The LAN modem don't seem to be a problem , i can conect Mac OS, RH, Mandrake, and Knoppix, all with no problem using the above setup....

However i have a laptop and can not get a driver for the Linksys wireless card for Linux, D'oh...

It's the USB modem may 'trip you up'....

Its worth persuing, and checkin that any hardware is supported before you buy....

Hope this helps.....

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