I've finally got some new distros on DVD for some pretty cool looking versions of Linux-64 bit. (Mint 17, Ubuntu 14, and Zorin 9..all newest versions as of yesterday).
The problem is, I am geographically limited to dial-up unless I travel to a hot spot. (which I'm used to doing from time to time). But I'd still like to use one of these slick versions at home using dial-up for internet access.
It's just too late here to justify trying to find an answer on-line so I thought I'd just ask.
I noticed that at least Mint had a process to add a ppp dialer...but you needed to be on-line to get it. Is this something I might be at least able to download while at a hot spot...or possibly download it using my dial-up friendly Puppy and somehow get it into the Mint installation?
I'd be willing to get all three newer distros set up for dial-up, but I just wondered if it's even possible (before I waste 3-4 hours trying to see if it can be done).
Edited by brian2009, 29 July 2014 - 12:32 AM.