I was loading PCLinuxOS KDE 3.5 to a friends machine, and we set up her DSL line and connect to the router, type in all the good information they told us to and started FireFox.
FireFox via the router took us to the at&t registration page. And, we went through a page or two before it stopped cold and told us our browser was not supported, we had to use IE 6, 7 or 8, or a version of Mac OS.
Lucky I had my laptop, I ran over to the library and download the add-on to firefox for changing my browser id to IE. I returned, hooked up my laptop to the DSL line, and got a page or two further when it stopped and said I didn't have ActiveX, so before it would continue, I had to download ActiveX. Well, that stumped me, and I told my friend we would have to do some research and come back tomorrow.
At home, I saw post on at&t site that suggested I use Konqueror and tell it via the tools menu that I'm a Mac OS.My question has anyone else ran into this problem, and did the Mac OS flag in Konqueror allow you to finish the setup for AT&T DSL?
I have to return to my friends house tomorrow, and it would be nice if I could do the setup thru Linux, rather than bringing my other laptop which does have windows on it. Kinda silly to have to have a Window machine to setup a Linux connection, eh?
Thank you for your time in reading this, and hopefully I can mark it solved soon. When searching through the forum, I was unable to locate a similar problem.
Have a great day!