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BT broadband I have BT broadband and i am using linux mint. When i insert the CD and get the setup started using wine, it loads up but doesnt display properly. It just comes up with a windown with script in it and a loading mouse pointer but doesnt go anywhere. When i was on xp the disk worked properly so it ios definately not the disk??? Anyone have a solution in which i can download something that may display it?? Thankyou

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  • wu_da_muff Nov 10, 2008

    I have BT broadband and i need to install the disk.
    I am using linux mint and using win to open the .exe files.
    They all open properly. when i try to install the disk it opens but all i get is script with a loading mouse pointer.
    So i can not continue in the installation..Anyone got a solution or another program i could use etc??
    Thanks


  • wu_da_muff Nov 11, 2008

    No way around this then?

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I wasnt aware it was windows only. So there is no way around this??

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Your trying to install a Windows only application using WINE to Linux right? Well that might be the problem?

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    Jason Wills Nov 11, 2008

    Their disk only works on windows.

    to configure on linux plug in adsl cable, plugin cat 5 cable -> PC, turn on router, turn on PC (network
    set for DHCP) when booted point web browser @ http://192.168.1.1 go to Internet access setup enter BT username and password, click the autodetect settings button. wait 3 seconds and your done.hopefully

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