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I used UNIX at university... and installed RedHat last year... but ended up going back to windows because of the same problem of not being able to connect to the internet.


Could someone give some general pointers to areas of the filesystem and applications that I will need to set when I install Fedora.


I am writing this from the UK and so I have a broadband connection with the companys (NTL) own modem. However it doesn't come with a set of LINUX drivers... funny that!





I would suggest you call up your ISP and get a Ethernet modem from them. It shouldn't cost you any more to trade your USB (I assume it is USB because you need drivers) one in. After that (I am also assuming you have an Ethernet card as well) Plug it in and RedHat/Fedora should notice it and start using it.