At 20:21 17.05.2006, Jerry McAllister wrote:
> Assalamu'alaikum Wr. Wb.
> Hi there, I'm Dean Darmawan and still 18y/o. Well, i get interested with
> Fedora 5, but the main problem are "can this distro Linux recognize my
> internal modem 56k that I ussally use to get connected to the Internet?"
> For that kind of reason, i got confuse and step back!! My modem now is
> D-Link DFM-562IS HSFi PCI Modem. Thanx, best regard.
The first thing you need to realize it that FreeBSD is not LINUX or
any flavor or 'distro' of LINUX. FreeBSD is a complete operating
system that had its birthing in the BSD (Berkley) UNIX in the wee
early days of UNIX. Check on the http://www.freebsd.org/ web site
for more information.
Second, FreeBSD is a complete OS and as such can talk to modems and nic
cards, and most other peripherals. The information is on the FreeBSD
FreeBSD is a superior free UNIX. It takes a little extra time to
learn, but is worth the effort. Enjoy learning and using FreeBSD.
Jerry, did you expect to be understood? :)
Mr. Dean's skills in English is yet not that great.
The information you provided him with is something he will naturally
pick up at a time where he is able to understand. Just saying something
like `yes' would suffice. In his case to make him check out FreeBSD,
which is the best we can currently hope for.
All the best,
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