Hi all -- I'm new here so please excuse my lack of knowledge on teh subject... I've been trying to set up my OLD Netgear Wireless Modem at my parents for the past few days and nothing seems to work, as the "i" information light never turns green and stays orange all the time -- I've read a little about this and it seems to not be communicating with the wireless modem. I can directly connect the DSL modem to my computer and the connection is great. When I set up the wiring for the wireless connection, however, the signal …

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hi gyz, my Dsl modem(model is: An1020-25) have wireless network option.dsl service from isp has been blocked how to connect internet through wirless network of modem using proxy ? is it possible ? can i use that modem as a wireless card for internet ? can through a proxy i connect to internet using wireless network of the modem while Adsl service is off (Adsl light is not red its off) ? Help me if you can . Thanks in Advance. Regards usman

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Hi, I recently bought a Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem DGN2000 and I correctly hooked up all of the cables and made sure they were securely placed. When I started up the Netgear box the Power light, Port light and the wireless light came on but not the DSL or Internet light ? I've tried to make sure the cables were secure and in the proper connections and they were but still no success. If anybody knows whats wrong please tell me.

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It's a fact of life that Linux distributions go extinct and it happens more often than our Linux fan base would like to admit. At last count, there are approximately [URL="http://lwn.net/Distributions/#historical"]50[/URL] individual distributions that are now extinct. What happens to the poor unfortunates who adopt and use these defunct distros? Are they left in the cold or are there alternatives that are close enough that a relatively tech savvy administrator could migrate apps and dependencies to another distribution? Some of these distributions were excellent and very capable. [URL="http://www.damnsmalllinux.org"]Damn Small Linux[/URL] (DSL) is a notable one that I used extensively and …

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