Can I use DSL with Linux?? I don't have it yet, but I am doing some research. I know that with Windows 2000, you needed to down load WinPoet. Is this the case with Linux? if so, what is the fix. Thanks. :?:
I'm sure that where there's a will, there's a way to connect a DSL line to Linux. Unfortunately, I've connected my Linux box to a dial-up modem, a cable modem, and a home network, but never DSL. So I'm not exactly sure of how it's done.
I use RedHat linux ... and I just went to the redhat.com site and did a search for DSL and came up with this:
Apparently it's a tutorial about how to install DSL on a RedHat linux box. I skimmed through it and it looks pretty informative, so hopefully it'll be of some help to you, even if you don't plan on using RedHat's distribution.
I did a search for "linux dsl" on google, and came up with a whole bunch of stuff. So apparently it's very possible.