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Old 09-25-2001
Tools will reinstalling correct my problem??

about 2 months ago i installed mandrake linux 8.0 however due to my current internet setup (dial up upsteam, and cable downstream) i was never able to get it configured properly so i gave up untill i could change to an all cable isp...well that day is tomorrow!!!

what i would like to know is once the change is made to my new isp will reinstalling linux correct my connection problems (meaning will it setup automatically upon installation)???

thanks in advance,

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Old 09-25-2001
Well, re-installing may be more trouble than simply reconfiguring. For Mandrake systems, I think the command is netconfig. If that doesn't work, try setup.

Keep in mind now that since you're on broadband, you owe it to yourself, and your net-neighbors to read this first:

For more help, there's lots of help here:

Have a fun and safe Linux+Broadband experiance!
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