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opensuse+asus router ????

Discussion in 'Linux - General discussion' started by Amebaid, May 3, 2007.

  1. Amebaid

    Amebaid Member

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    hey there now i'm surfing from windows and i'm not very happy

    here is the problem from the start

    when i first used linux i started with home network and i didn't face and troubles using the net on linux

    but 2 days ago i purchaced a line with local isp and the programmer told me that he can't config the router on linux - no experience - so he did what he had to do on windows and my open suse is staying dead

    i tryed to do some things but nothing happened

    what can i do ?

    i have opensuse 10.2
    asus router AAM6000EVZ1
    my connection info


    thanks
     
  2. loura

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    OpenSUSE 10.2 Beta 1 Review

    This review is not meant to contradict or supplant Susan Linton's typically excellent write-up of OpenSUSE 10.2 Beta 1. Indeed, I've read and watched with pleasure as Susan in particular, and Tuxmachines in general, have become must-reads when it comes to reviews of Linux Distros (as well Tuxmachines becoming a great all-around Linux/OSS news site). Susan has a great deal of expertise with distro installations/evaluations, and I particularly admire her balance and fairness—qualities that I often fail to apply. For example, I despise Microsoft so much as a company, I am utterly incapable of writing a fair and balanced review, of say, (a piece of crap like) MS Windows Vista.

    I'm evaluating OpenSUSE as both a candidate for a high school classroom server role, as well as for a student computer classroom workstation role.

    At the high school where I teach Web Page Design, Computer Programming, and Computer Literacy, it is Novell Netware Servers that provide our primary network services. This is also true in our school district's two middle schools, 6 elementary schools, the alternative school, as well as at the district office administration building. So, a Linux distribution that operates well as a Novell Netware client is essential.

    However, the large majority of our workstations are Windows XP, so good MS Windows/Samba networking is also required.

    Finally, I'm a confirmed KDE user. So, a distribution with strong, up-to-date KDE support is also helpful.

    A system that dual-boots easily with Windows XP for student workstations is also necessary as the school district won't yet let me completely abandon using MS Windows in the classroom. [1]

    For computer programming, I teach Ruby, Java, and C++. Under Linux, We'll use the KDE Kate editor for editing Ruby and Java programs. We'll use Kdevelop for C++ development. I also plan on my programmers using qtruby for GUI work in Ruby. I will teach the OpenOffice.org suite of programs in my Computer Literacy Class under both Linux and MS Windows environments.


    loura
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    Last edited: May 9, 2007
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    thanks guys but problem solved allready thanks again
     

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