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A shell script is a plain text file that contains instructions for a Unix style shell to run. The most common shell on Linux is BASH.
e.g. a minimal example
# script that says hullo
echo "Hullo world"
(you would normally do _much_ more than that.)
By the way most Linux distros have easy to use tools to set up modems (dialup and pppoe). Or you can usually access the modem/ADSL router directly through a web interface. (see the documentation that comes wioth your modem. (you wont need those silly disks you got with your ISP account :)
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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