[SATLUG] New to list and [OT] That's one of the reasons I hate
chmims at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 12:45:53 CDT 2008
More information may be needed to get you connected.. Such as what version
of Ubuntu are you using, do you have a built in network connection, is it a
or Wifi, etc.
Assuming your Mac was connected to the cable/dsl modem you may only need
to unplug the cable from the Mac and plug it into your Vaio if you have a
connection built in. If you want to be connected to the internet at the
on the Mac and Vaio you will need to get a network hub or switch.
Again, without know the exact hardware on the Vaio no one can tell you
what is needed. I will say the as you can tell from this discussion a
connection can be problematic with Linux.
On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 1:49 PM, Nancy Hopkins <celestialbz at mac.com> wrote:
> Interesting that I should arrive now in the middle of this discussion with
> my question.
> I need a bit of help. I have recently gotten a used laptop (Sony Vaio) with
> Ubuntu loaded as the operating system from a friend of mine. I am new to
> Linux and not super swuft with computers but I am learning. I got this
> laptop specifically to help me with online research since my ancient Mac
> with OS 9 is now having issues with various on line sites, videos, and
> Unfortunately, none of the ports fit my cable hook up to the internet (I
> have Roadrunner).
> So, I either need some sort of converter that will allow me to hook up the
> cable to the laptop--ideally with some way to have both computers hooked up
> at the same time. Or I need to set this laptop to go wireless which means I
> need a wireless card, etc.
> Where can I go to get this stuff? What do I need to know to make sure I get
> set up correctly? What exactly do I need? I went to a recently opened PC
> Outlet store in my area and they were useless.
> Thanks in advance!
> Nancy Hopkins
> San Antonio, TX
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