pinr at rocketmail.com
Sun Nov 24 07:38:14 PST 2002
> (snippage - naughty top poster!)
> > Thanks for the pointer. The current (June 2001)
> version does actually
> > include NTL here, but it skips over the hard part
> - you have to get the
> > network card registered. Current consensus is that
> you really need to
> > use windoze to do this. About to try this, if I
> can look myself in the
> > eye, and find a windows CD and spare disk (built
> LFS-3.3 for my
> > firewall/router, a massive 2Gb disk, no space for
> windoze as well as
> > LFS.
> Yech. My condolences. It's a shame they're too
> cheap to hire phone
> monkeys capable of manually entering a MAC address
> into their system for
I've been following this thread and I'm lost as to why
your cable modem won't work with Linux. I'm not using
NTL as I'm in Mexico but I am using a Motorola
surfboard sb4100 cable modem. Setting it up was easy I
just installed the dhcp server as per the BLfS book.
I did not have to register my network card mac address
only the mac address on the surfboard itself but you
have to do that whatever OS you are using. Have I
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