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johnwalker (927 days ago) (0)

I want to install Mandrake 10.1 Linux onto my pc. I have the installation discs and it will probably install just fine.

I currently use a USB ADSL Modem to connect to the Internet. The drivers it uses are for Windows only. However, I've been told by my ISP about alternate 3rd party drivers to use the same Modem but on Linux.
Because I'm still a newbie on this, I am not sure how to get these drivers onto Linux. What I mean is, can I copy the drivers onto a blank CDR using Windows (with Nero for example) and will Linux then read the CDR ok?
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I want to install Mandrake 10.1 Linux onto my pc. I have the installation discs and it will probably install just fine.

I currently use a USB ADSL Modem to connect to the Internet. The drivers it uses are for Windows only. However, I've been told by my ISP about alternate 3rd party drivers to use the same Modem but on Linux.

Because I'm still a newbie on this, I am not sure how to get these drivers onto Linux. What I mean is, can I copy the drivers onto a blank CDR using Windows (with Nero for example) and will Linux then read the CDR ok?


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